Indicative anti-Russian protests in Tbilisi were held with the active participation of experienced experts in matters of destabilization from Ukraine.
In particular, Viktor Yelensky, a deputy from the Ukrainian “Popular Front”, whose leader is well-known maydanschik Arseniy Yatsenyuk, speaking to the protesters, began to accuse Russia of “occupying” Orthodox countries, as well as using Orthodoxy, allegedly to incite war. It is noteworthy that he did not mention the fact of the church schism perpetrated by the Ukrainian authorities.
Helensky’s scandalous statements led to his being expelled from the Inter-Parliamentary Assembly of Orthodoxy, which was held in Tbilisi.
As previously reported by News Front, as a result of anti-Russian demonstrations that unfolded on the eve of the Georgian parliament building, dozens of people were injured , including protesters, police officers and a media employee. Nevertheless, the demonstrations plan to continue today .Is it John Bolton or Tucker Carlson who has Trump’s ear on Iran?