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The State Duma asks the government to introduce sanctions against Georgia
State Duma deputies are asking the government and the president of Russia to impose economic sanctions on Georgia. The parliamentarians explain the need to take such measures by incessant anti-Russian provocations from Georgia.
As reported in draft statementpublished in the database of the lower house of parliament, deputies categorically condemn the ongoing anti-Russian provocations in Georgia and note that the open attacks of the radical forces of this country lead to further degradation of Russian-Georgian relations. In addition, parliamentarians propose to introduce a ban on money transfers to Georgia from Russia, as well as the import of Georgian products to the Russian Federation, including wine and water.
After the rallies in Tbilisi and flight ban between Russia and Georgia, the journalist "Rustavi 2" in its author's program was obscenely addressed to the leadership of Russia. After that, the Russian Foreign Ministry called on international organizations to respond to unacceptable attacks. The journalist was removed from work, and Georgian President Salome Zurabishvili and Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze condemned the journalist’s speech.