Georgia dissatisfied with the admission of Kadyrov’s adviser to the country
Geguchadze photographed Dengov in one of the Tbilisi restaurants. Next to him was his wife Keti.
According to the civil activist, Dengov previously visited Abkhazia, thereby violating the Georgian law “On the occupied territories.”
Geguchadze stressed that the authorities let Dengov into Georgia, although “the Ukrainian journalist, anti-Putinist Gordon, was deployed at the border.”
“How else is this government supposed to make it clear that it is pro-Russian?” Geguchadze said in the post.
The fact that Dengov came to his wife’s homeland was also reported by the Georgian media in July of this year.
Businessman Lev Dengov (at birth Pavel Guzband) was appointed head of the Russian contact group for intra-Libyan settlement, on behalf of the leadership of the Russian Federation, he was engaged in the release of Russian and Belarusian citizens in Libya.
In November 2020, Keti Topuria announced that she had married Lev Dengov. On January 21, 2021, the couple had a son, Adam, who, according to media reports, received a name in honor of Adam Delimkhanov, a State Duma deputy from Chechnya, the closest ally of Ramzan Kadyrov, an active participant in the Russian invasion of Ukraine.