Georgian president wants restrictions on Russian migrants
Salome Zurabishvili accused the government of selling the country’s “dignity”
Georgian President Salome Zurabishvili has urged the government to adopt “fair regulations” and monitor the “activities” of Russian citizens in the wake of resumed visa-free and direct air travel between the two states.
“The independence we celebrate today also means protecting our own citizens from the state. Statehood is when the country is governed by rules and laws,” Zurabishvili told a crowd during an Independence Day speech at Liberty Square in Tbilisi on Friday. The public holiday is celebrated annually on May 26, marking the day Georgia claimed sovereignty in the chaotic period…