From Georgia Today:

Thousands gathered in Georgia’s capital Tbilisi on Sunday to protest negotiations between the government and Russia’s state-owned energy giant Gazprom.

Linked arm-in-arm in a 7 kilometer-long human chain from the government’s headquarters to the Russian Embassy and chanting ‘No to Gazprom’, the protestors said they feared the Kremlin-controlled company’s growing influence on the Georgian energy market would again make the small South Caucasus nation dependent on its former imperial master.

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