Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister Gigi Gigiadze said that all countries that seriously intend to counter Russian propaganda "must develop special methods and practices.” Gigiadze called Russian propaganda "a threat to the whole eastern Europe.”
According to Gigiadze, any countries seeking to counter Russian propaganda need to work out special methods for doing it. "I believe, owing to the threat the country must step up. Our meeting is aimed to achieve this goal,” he stated.
Their report claimed that Russia "is trying to affect the political space in Georgia and change Western direction for development with the help of integrated methods.” As a result, "pro-Russian sentiments are growing in the country, especially in the regions where the national minorities live and get information through Russian channels.” Moreover, "Russian soft power,” according to the authors, comes from different sources like other non-governmental organizations, most of
The authors of the report suggest that the Georgian government takes coordinated measures in different directions in the face of "Russian threats.” Earlier, a number of NGOs,