In Georgia the situation is tense. On June 20th, a Russian deputy gave a speech at the Georgian Parliament after which people started demanding Chairman Irakli Kobakhidze and the government resign.
During the Orthodox Inter-Parliamentary Summit held in Tbilisi, a conflict began after the speech of Russian Duma Deputy Sergey Gavrilov. The Ambassador of Ukraine in Georgia left the hall. At 7 p.m., demonstrators were already in front of the Parliament building and were protesting against the Government, chanting the words “Russia is occupier.”