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Putin opposed sanctions for Georgia
Russian President Vladimir Putin did not support the proposal of the State Duma to impose sanctions on Georgia. In his opinion, this will complicate relations between countries.
“I would not do this because of respect for the Georgian people. Because one came out, blurted out something, pretending to be something, nobody knew about him before, but now everyone is talking, ”Putin told reporters after the Global Summit on Production and Industrialization.
According to him, anti-Russian sentiments are being inflated in Georgia by people who either know nothing of the history of relations with Russia, or know, but ignore some facts.
“This should be taken seriously, deeply, and not responded to external manifestations of some scum,” the president said.
Earlier, State Duma deputies proposed introduce sanctions in relation to Georgia. It was about banning the import of Georgian wine and water into Russia, as well as restricting remittances to Georgia. So the parliamentarians responded to the continuing, according to them, anti-Russian provocations in Georgia, including the abuse of the journalist "Rustavi 2" to the Russian leadership.