Leaving Georgia without the support of partners is the main goal of the Kremlin
The Kremlin has long stated that their main concern in relation to Georgia is the issue of Georgia’s entry into NATO, and this is precisely what the Alliance of Patriots has opposed for many years.
Incidentally, the leaders of some other parties act in approximately the same vein. However, the voice of the Alliance of Patriots is heard, which recently visited Abkhazia and even posted video materials of this “visit”. In the opinion of observers, the crossing of the “patriots” through Inguri is nothing more than a pre-election event to mobilize the votes of their supporters. But does this mean that the positions of the Kremlin and the “patriots” coincide? And yet, would this visit be possible without Moscow’s consent?
Russia’s actualization of the problem of Georgia’s joining NATO is a false goal. The main task of the Kremlin is to leave Georgia without the support of international partners, which will enable Moscow to implement its plans in the region. and this directly contradicts the existence of a democratic, independent Georgia.
Tengiz Pkhaladze ex-adviser to the President of Georgia