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Growing unease in Georgia over Crisis in Ukraine

Growing unease in Georgia over Crisis in Ukraine
 
Ukrainian servicemen look at Russian troops as they wait at the Belbek airport in the Crimea region, 4 March, 2014 Reuters/Vasily Fedosenko

The people of Georgia, another former Soviet state which borders the Black Sea and which has had its own problems with Russia, are following the developments in Ukraine with a sense of growing unease. RFI spoke to Tornike Gordatze, a former minister of Georgia, about the situation in Ukraine and its effects on the region.


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