There are about 15 resident agents of Russia in the Parliament and in the highest positions, including the "four MPs", but the most alarming thing is that they are headed by Russian agent Irakli Kobakhidze, Giorgi Vashadze, chairman of Strategy Builder, said at a briefing in the Parliament.
As he mentioned, Kobakhidze confessed that it is not in their interest to supply modern weapons to Georgia.
"Yesterday, we actually heard a confession from the chairman of the pro-Russian party, Georgian Dream, Irakli Kobakhidze and his "four MPs". They have admitted and confirmed that it is not in their interest to supply modern weapons, they have admitted and confirmed that it is Russian tanks that they rely on to maintain power, which is the most alarming. They think the Georgian nation is as weak and cowardly as they are.
Dear friends, Russia attacks the weak and not the strong, the guarantee of peace for Georgia is three things: Himars, Patriots and Abrams tanks.
Russia will never dare attack us in this case, and this is what the Russian resident agents’ network in Georgia serves. There are about 15 resident agents of Russia in the Parliament and in the highest positions, including the "four MPs", but the most alarming thing is that they are headed by Russian agent Irakli Kobakhidze. Yes! He is an agent of Russia, who even dared to justify the visit of the President of Belarus to occupied Abkhazia on live broadcast yesterday. He dared to say that the mass influx of Russian citizens does not create any problems in this country”, said Vashadze.
For information, Irakli Kobakhidze spoke about the visit of the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko to Abkhazia, as well as the calls of the opposition on the purchase of weapons by Georgia on PalitraNews yesterday. According to Irakli Kobakhidze, Alexander Lukashenko softened his rhetoric after his so-called visit to Abkhazia, and when publishing information about the so-called visit on his webpage, he noted that "he arrived on the northeastern coast of the Black Sea and visited historical places."