The representatives of Georgian Diasporas demonstrate their protest to the Sankt-Petersburg Congress of the Peoples of Georgia, which is being organized by the pro-Russian Georgian businessman, Aleksandre Ebralidze. Deputy Minister of the Issues of Diaspora, Irakli Nadiradze talked about hundreds of letters sent to the ministry staff, in which Georgian nationals living abroad were objecting to the congress organized by the oligarch and as they say, by Russian PM Vladimir Putin.
`The majority of Georgian diasporas agree that the only place, where the diasporas of Georgia can assemble, is the land of Georgia and this place will not become the beloved city of the occupant country`s leader, Vladimir Putin,` deputy minister announced and introduced several letters of Georgian emigrants to media.
`This is only one party of the letters of protest, which we receive,` Nadiradze said and added that the representatives of Georgian Diaspora would arrive in Georgia on May 27 to attend the event dedicated to the Day of Diaspora.
Ebralidze, who is a close partner of Putin, is preparing for the so-called congress of Georgian Diasporas. The event is scheduled for April 23-24