U.S. says it has nothing to do with protests in Georgia

UNM chairman Levan Khabeishvili's social media page

The United States has nothing to do with the protests that are taking place in Georgia against the foreign agents legislation, the U.S. Department of State spokesperson Matthew Miller said.

According to the spokesperson, the protests are being held by the republic's people expressing their own views.

"It has nothing to do with the United States; it has to do with the people of Georgia expressing their own views," Matthew Miller said.

In mid-May, the Georgian parliament passed the law "On Transparency of Foreign Influence" in the third reading. Later, Georgian President Salome Zurabichvili vetoed the bill but the parliament overcame it on May 28.

© Photo :UNM chairman Levan Khabeishvili's social media page
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