Shalva Papuashvili: When a person, who occupies the position of a president, refers to a policeman as Russian, I think that all her legitimacy is over

16.04.24 11:37

When a person who occupies such a position and refers to a policeman as Russian, I think that all her legitimacy is over, - the Chairman of the Parliament of Georgia, Shalva Papuashvili said regarding the President of the country, Salome Zurabishvili.


He criticized the President for the post, where, according to Papuashvili, Salome Zurabishvili used a Russian word to describe the Georgian police.


"How is it possible that you hold the position of the country's president andyou call the Georgian policemen, who stand guard for the security of the Georgian people day and night, in the wind, cold and heat, Russians. She did this in her Tweet, when she used a Russian term, used a Russian word against the Georgian police. Soon it will be Georgian Police Day and I wonder how she will celebrate this day when she refers to Georgian policemen as Russians. The rest is already fiction, she has expressed the main essence and attitude towards this country at other times, and she did it especially yesterday when she called the Georgian police Russians. So that says it all about what legitimacy she has. People left positions in her administration, and I wonder if others think it is worth staying in the administration that refers to the police of your country as Russians..." Shalva Papuashvili said.




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