The twitter account for Russia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Crimea today tweeted a veiled threat to the Georgian people, comparing the present protests in Georgia to those in Ukraine in 2014, “and what it finally led to”.
Protests against “foreign agents" bill, erupted in #Tbilisi??, result in demands for the resignation of the government. We recommend to the georgian people to recall a similar situation in Ukraine?? in 2014 and what it finally led to!#ThinkTwice pic.twitter.com/Ju5Y3p8pwh
— Russia's MFA in Crimea?? (@PMSimferopol) March 10, 2023
As tensions and rhetoric between Georgia, Russia, and the separatist regions in Georgia’s north increase, fears of renewed armed conflict are rising.