Protests against “foreign agents" bill, erupted in #Tbilisi🇬🇪, result in demands for the resignation of the government. We recommend to the georgian people to recall a similar situation in Ukraine🇺🇦 in 2014 and what it finally led to!#ThinkTwice pic.twitter.com/Ju5Y3p8pwh— Russia's MFA in Crimea🇷🇺 (@PMSimferopol) March 10, 2023
Annoyed by protests in #Georgia, Kremlin mouthpiece Margarita Simonyan threatens Russia will “simply strike Tbilisi” calling Georgians “temperamental inhabitants” pic.twitter.com/FDrI6DwylQ— Nana Sajaia (@NanaSajaia) March 10, 2023
The Kremlin said on Friday it sees risks of possible "provocations" in South Ossetia and Abkhazia, two Russian-backed breakaway regions of Georgia, after days of protests in Georgia over a "foreign agents" bill.
Reuters reports Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov said on Friday that Moscow was watching the situation "with concern".