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Kremlin says Georgia protests cause for ‘concern’

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The Kremlin said Thursday it was concerned by mass protests in the Caucasus republic of Georgia sparked by planned legislation seen as reminiscent of Russian laws used to silence critics.

“This is a neighbouring country and even though we do not have relations with Georgia as such, nevertheless, the state of affairs there cannot but arouse our concern,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters.

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