Georgia demands to prosecute Keti Topuria’s husband for violating the law on the occupied territories
Dengov was seen in Tbilisi and filmed on a mobile phone by Mariam Geguchadze, a journalist from the opposition TV company Mtavari and an activist from the civil movement Sirtskhvilia. She noted that Dengov was in the restaurant with his wife, but she could not remove Topuria.
Geguchadze posted a photo of Dengov on social networks, noted in the post the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia and wrote that he violated the Law on the Occupied Territories – he visited Abkhazia, entering there from the territory of Russia.
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.