The Russian military invaded the independent territory of Georgia, occupied the village of Khurvaleti, the entire population was taken prisoner.
It is reported portal “Диалог.UA” with reference to the leader of the anti-corruption movement “Strength in unity” David katsarava.
He said that in Khurvaleti, which is located on the line of separation in the zone of Georgian-Ossetian conflict, at the moment are activists. The Georgian police has not yet commented on the incident, told the witnesses.
Local residents confirmed the information about the invasion of social networks. According to them, the Russians occupied a part of their village. The police of Georgia has not conceded in Khurvaleti, journalists and citizens who are trying to get there. Not comment on the situation. All the passages are blocked.
Residents say that the situation is very tense, people are not allowed in their own areas. The Russian military noticed and near the village of Atotsi. The mayor of Gori municipality Konstantin Tavzarashvili noted that the Russian military men in masks came to the territory, which is under the control of the Central authorities of Georgia.
“While it is unknown the motive of their appearance. On the place are of Georgian law enforcement authorities”, — said Tavzarashvili.
Earlier we wrote that the former Governor of the Odessa region, the former President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili in an interview Dmitry Gordon spoke about a personal conversation with Petro Poroshenko in 2014 about how he planned to “convert” the refusal of control of Crimea on Ukraine’s accession to the European Union and NATO.
Recall that Mikheil Saakashvili in a recent interview spoke about his relationship with Vladimir Zelensky as the probable President of Ukraine.
As reported by the portal Znaia, the candidate in presidents of Ukraine Anatoly Gritsenko said that the current government should be put behind bars.
The portal also Znayu wrote in Zhitomir disrupted a campaign rally of the presidential candidate of Ukraine and the acting head of state Petro Poroshenko