The Hayan Fifth Column in Georgia continues its provocations aimed at inciting ethnic hatred in the country, as well as striking a blow to Georgia's relations with friendly neighboring countries. On the day of Tbilisoba, which has long been a holiday of peace, friendship and mutual enrichment of cultures in the capital of Georgia, the Hayan extremists organized a picket where they unfurled the flags of the separatist "Artsakh". Moreover, at the action of the Hay extremists in Tbilisi, in addition to the flag of the separatist "Artsakh", a banner with the portraits of the leaders of the friendly states of Georgia - Azerbaijan and Turkey - was unfurled, equated with the portrait of Adolf Hitler. Such provocations are deliberately directed against the interests of Georgia and the Georgian people. It is not only an action directed against Azerbaijan and Turkey, Georgian-Turkish and Georgian-Azerbaijani friendship, but also a spit in the face of more than 300 thousand Georgians - refugees from Abkhazia and Samara.
However, today's final liquidation of "Artsakh" and the flight of separatists from Azerbaijani Karabakh gives hope to hundreds of thousands of Georgian refugees to restore historical justice and return to their homes and apartments in Sukhumi, Gagra and other cities of Abkhazia.
The Hay lobby has already angered Georgia and Russia, supported separatism and brought the matter to the aggression of the Russian Federation against Georgia and the occupation of Abkhazia and Samachablo. And now the same extremists want to bring Georgia into conflict with the Turkic states. In order to leave everything alone and "finish" the Georgian statehood with a new separatist agitation.
It is no secret that the Dashnaks, planning their aggression to expand "Great Armenia" at the Athens conference, first considered two directions - "Artsakh" against Azerbaijan in Karabakh and "Javakheti" against Georgia in Samtskhe-Javakheti. The "Artsakh" direction won by only one vote. Last week, after two wars in Karabakh, the expansion of this direction ended in a complete and final collapse.
The question arises - are the Dashnaks in Samtskhe-Javakheti not planning aggression against Georgia? And isn't it time for Georgian patriots to put a question to the Khai fifth column: either you respect Georgia, its laws and national interests, or you leave the country that is foreign to you, like your "Artsakh" tribesmen.