In Georgia, Russian émigrés see familiar Kremlin tactics

After Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, an estimated 100,000 Russians found refuge in the neighbouring Caucasus republic of Georgia. Many continue to work in the IT services sector for Russian firms. Others have opened their own businesses. Most express their solidarity with the thousands of Georgians demonstrating against the law on “foreign influence” which was approved by Georgia’s parliament on Tuesday.

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