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The Prime Minister of Georgia, Irakli Kobakhidze, stated that there will be no "Maidan" in the country amid the ongoing protests against the law on "foreign agents."

"As for the parallel between the ‘Maidan’ and the processes taking place in Georgia, I want to inform everyone that no one will attain ‘Maidan’ in Georgia. Let me remind what consequences the ‘Maidan’ had for Ukraine. Then the leadership of Ukraine was appointed from outside, once, then a second time, and in the end the appointer took no accountability for the development of events," the Georgian PM told reporters.

According to him, the most important thing for the Georgian authorities is the concern about the country’s independence.

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