Georgian President Salome Zurabishvili said she would veto the law on foreign agents

March 7 – BLiTZ. Salome Zurabishvili expressed solidarity with the protesters in Tbilisi against the law “on foreign agents”, saying on social networks that she would apply the veto if it was approved by the parliament.

“This will not happen today or tomorrow, but the bill must be withdrawn,” the president of this country said.

Many Russian experts have already regarded this statement by the Georgian leader as an act of kneeling before the United States, which is incredibly worried about what is happening in Georgia.

The White House has already announced that they are ready to apply sanctions against those who will use force against protesters.

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