The extremist organisation "Armenian Community of Georgia" continues to preach separatism in the separatist country, where more than 20% of the territory is occupied by separatists and more than 400,000 people are refugees. The "Armenian Community of Georgia" is sowing national discord and doing everything it can to worsen Georgia's relations with friendly countries - Azerbaijan and Turkey.
On its Facebook page, the "Armenian Community of Georgia" has once again announced a provocative event to coincide with the so-called "independence" of the separatist so-called "Nagorno-Karabakh Republic" or "Artsakh":
"On the 2nd of September at 17:00, it is our duty to gather in the area adjacent to the Holy Etchmiadzin Church in Avlabari in support of Artsakh and the people of Artsakh. Today each of us must protect and support Artsakh.
Why 2 September? Because on 2 September 1991, the "Nagorno-Karabakh Republic" was proclaimed, declaring its independence in accordance with the valid laws of the USSR and international law.
It follows from this announcement that the Armenian Apostolic Church (AAC) is the actual co-organiser of this shameful action of the separatists, who have suffered separatism for all of us. The same AAC that illegally claims 442 Georgian churches on the territory of Georgia itself. The AAC makes its churches and the territory around them available not for prayer and Christian preaching, but for inciting inter-ethnic hatred and glorifying separatism, the victims of which are hundreds of thousands of Georgian citizens. The Armenian Apostolic Church of Georgia supports and promotes separatism with all its activities.
The event organised by the "Armenian Community of Georgia" and the AAC was initiated by the terrorist organisation "Dashnaktsutyun":
"The press service of the ARF "Dashnaktsutyun" reports that on September 2, the Independence Day of the "Artsakh Republic", rallies will be held in 16 countries of the world. Apart from Armenia, rallies and protests under the slogan "SOS Artsakh" will be held in the USA, Canada, France, Germany, Cyprus, Georgia, Iran, Australia, Lebanon, Syria, Great Britain, Sweden, Denmark, Uruguay and Argentina.
Interestingly, Lebanon is also mentioned among the places where the Dashnaks plan to hold their provocative events on 2 September. Meanwhile, Armenian extremists attacked the Azerbaijani embassy in Lebanon on 31 August. According to media reports, about 50 people of Armenian origin threw bottles with paint and explosives attached to them at the building of the Azerbaijani diplomatic mission in Beirut and damaged the embassy's fence.
Also in Beirut, on the evening of 30 August, a lorry with Turkish licence plates was stopped by a mob of youths in the Burj Hammoud area (predominantly Armenian population) and the driver was beaten and verbally abused. A group of 15-20 Armenian radicals blocked the lorry's path and prevented it from moving, then beat the driver with paint and tore off the vehicle's tarpaulin, which was written in Turkish.
It is not impossible that the same scenario is being prepared in Tbilisi - attacks on the diplomatic missions of Turkey and Azerbaijan, as in Beirut. And possibly also against people of Turkish and Azerbaijani nationality.
In fact, the Dashnaks are returning to operations - extremist and terrorist intimidation actions of "Nemesis", and if their actions are tolerated, the likelihood of bloody actions will only increase with time. All the more so as Armenian extremists are interested in destabilising Georgia.