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“Invisible hand” of Putin don’t let Georgia to EU

Several resignations of ministers happened in the Georgian government because of their pro-Western views that alarmed European officials.

"Invisible hand" of Putin don"t let Georgia to EU

On the one hand, experts are afraid that the political crisis in the country will become an obstacle on the Georgia's way to the European Union. On the other hand, many are convinced that the "hand of the Kremlin and Putin" affects the situation.

The former Foreign Minister of Sweden Carl Bildt is sure that even if Russia itself has nothing to do with it, the Russian Federation is happy about what happened anyway.

As it is already known, this week the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia Maia Panjikidze and a number of her deputies resigned. She was followed by the Defense Minister Irakli Alasania accused of politicizing the agency, reports joinfo.ua. After this, Alasania"s "Our Georgia – Free Democrats" party announced its retirement from the ruling coalition.

There may be many reasons for this, but the foreign press notes that the European Community is concerned about what happened. This "cleansing" in the ranks of the pro-European representatives of the Georgian government could lead to a change of the European course of the country.

As previously reported, Georgia condemned the election in the east of Ukraine, organized by the separatists of DPR and LPR. At the official level, the representatives of the Georgian government called the elections in Donbas illegitimate.