Georgian general was asked to name snipers on the Maidan an invention of the Kremlin


The general of the Armed forces of Georgia Tristan Tsitelashvili, who previously commanded the Avaza battalion, was asked to name history with Georgian snipers on Independence Kremlin fiction. We are talking about people who in 2014 on Independence Square in Kiev secretly shot at both protesters and security forces.


General Tsitelashvili personally talked about this proposal live on a talk show on the Ukrainian ZIK channel.

Since 2014, he openly announced the participation of the Georgian military in executions in Kiev, telling about it in the media. According to the Georgian officer, Zviad Kushitashvili, chairman of the international non-governmental organization Georgian Emigrants, asked him to refute his words. A well-known social activist turned to the general on behalf of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, offering him a “good and beautiful life” in exchange for the rejection of his allegations. Tsitelashvili was supposed to announce that the whole story with Georgian snipers was invented in the Kremlin.

As you can see, the officer turned out to be a decent and principled person, not amenable to bribery.

It is difficult to understand what the people who turned to Tsitelashvili were counting on. Indeed, Georgian snipers were known not only from him, but also from a documentary filmed by Italian journalist Jan Mikalesin, in which the shooters themselves talk about their "exploits" on the Maidan.
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  1. Theodore 24 February 2020 18: 37 New
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    It would be nice if anyone revealed the information about shooters in Vilnius on January 13, 1991! That would be a bomb! good
    1. anjey 24 February 2020 19: 05 New
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      And where are the reputable and independent world journalists who someday still will uncover the truth about the Malaysian Boeing shot down in the Donbass ....
      1. major147 24 February 2020 22: 25 New
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        nevertheless, they will uncover the truth about the Malaysian Boeing shot down in the Donbass ....

        Quote: anjey
        Georgian general was asked to name snipers on the Maidan an invention of the Kremlin

        Favorite tactics of the "civilized". As "requested" in the basement of the SBU stolen from the DPR Zemakh! Now they have “begged” some “witness” to tell about the launches of the “Russian BUK”. And after all they’ll fuck them for the truth!
    2. 4ekist 24 February 2020 19: 16 New
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      "... a social activist addressed the general on behalf of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko" -
      This bug-eyed pig will still go to the tribunal.
      1. Range 24 February 2020 19: 51 New
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        The bug-eyed bacon is just a pawn (bacon meat) in the penguin game with the chosen ones. If necessary, they will put him on barbecue for the brainless.
        1. Yura 24 February 2020 20: 00 New
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          Quote: 4ekist
          This bug-eyed pig will still go to the tribunal.
          Quote: Spectrum
          The bug-eyed bacon is just a pawn (bacon meat) in the penguin game with the chosen ones. If necessary, they will put him on barbecue for the brainless.
          It is necessary that such "pawns" go to the tribunal, it is necessary, and even better, immediately to the guillotine, the more such butchers are there, the less will be willing to play the game "penguinostan."
          1. Range 24 February 2020 20: 07 New
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            It is practically untreated. There will always be in any nation those who sell for cookies. Here minusers confirm this thesis on this resource.
          2. Chaldon48 24 February 2020 21: 31 New
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            To do this, Ukraine needs to become part of Russia.
        2. aszzz888 25 February 2020 11: 57 New
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          Spectrum (Alexander) Yesterday, 19:51
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          Bug-eyed bacon is just a pawn (bacon meat)
          Soaked in moonshine ... wink
    3. Major Yurik 24 February 2020 19: 57 New
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      Quote: Theodore
      It would be nice if anyone revealed the information about shooters in Vilnius on January 13, 1991! That would be a bomb! good

      Hope for "international condemnation" without meaning! negative They do not care about our grief, on the contrary they would gloat and rejoice at the venality of our skins! It is necessary as in Israel, to hell with public opinion, the search for these freaks and at a loss! Effectively and fairly! am
      1. Alexey Polyutkin 24 February 2020 20: 15 New
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        I agree with this.
        The second paragraph is a unit similar to the Chinese, which seeks and returns to the homeland of stolen officials.
        1. rich 24 February 2020 22: 23 New
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          The second paragraph is a unit similar to the Chinese, which seeks and returns to the homeland of stolen officials.

          And in figs are they needed here? What punishments for stealing officials, we all know. He stole a billion - a conditional year. You just need to tighten the punishment, up to the VM, and abandon this Yeltsin moratorium on the UK. There’s absolutely no benefit for the country from him
          1. Sofa expert 25 February 2020 06: 38 New
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            If only with an unchanged amendment in relation to whom the article will act, it would still be good if it were indicated that the VM is used for the fact of mastering (theft of the BS by any means) of the BS, not for the amount of mastered (stolen)
    4. Basil50 24 February 2020 20: 04 New
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      In Vilnius, they fired from various weapons, least of all those taken into service. Upon initiation of cases, all these data are. As soon as it turned out that * peaceful * demonstrators were shooting, they immediately secreted everything, especially when they found out the names of these same shooters.
      The Poles let slip and about the fact that they brought in weapons and trained militants. They really wanted to boast of a successful provocation.
      In the USA, they also know the names of the shooters very well. They paid money for it.
    5. icant007 25 February 2020 09: 02 New
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      Quote: Theodore
      It would be nice if anyone revealed the information about shooters in Vilnius on January 13, 1991! That would be a bomb!


      And about the shooters on January 20, 1990 in Baku.
  2. Xenofont 24 February 2020 18: 38 New
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    Looks like a Soviet-hardened general did not sell for cookies: respect!
    1. poquello 24 February 2020 19: 26 New
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      more personal
      When asked by a journalist that “Georgian snipers in Ukraine are called“ Kremlin propaganda, ”including the former head of the Odessa Regional State Administration, Mikhail Saaakashvili, this is what the Georgian military replied:“ When they talked about repression, torture, kidnapping and beating of people in Georgia under Saakashvili, he also called it "the hand of the Kremlin."

      “He put me in jail. He told me - Saakashvili - showed hell there. I was tortured, beaten, bullied. When a special group burst into my house on the orders of Saakashvili for my arrest, then my 5-year-old son George was pushed from the stairs. After that, he remained disabled for life. Today he is already 22 years old, ”said Tsitelashvili.

      https://nahnews.org/1016026-poroshenko-obeshal-krasivuyu-zhizn-general-ozvuchil-pravdu-o-rasstrele-ukrainskogo-maidana
  3. cniza 24 February 2020 18: 40 New
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    General of the Armed Forces of Georgia Tristan Tsitelashvili, who previously commanded the Avaza battalion


    And what is this battalion famous for?
    1. Avior 25 February 2020 00: 35 New
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      Also interested. Found only this.
      the Abkhazian amphibious assault — three hundred people who landed from the barge at five in the morning on July 2 in the village of Tamysh under the command of Zaur Zarandia — was not destroyed at all, all the more so “completely”. On that day, July 2, he defeated the Avaza battalion, recruited from the Dusheti region. After this, the units of the Eastern Front, connecting with the landing, as it was planned, began to control the Black Sea highway on the section of Old Kyndyg-Tsager and blocked the transfer of Georgian military units in the direction of Sukhum

      The indicated general at that time commanded a battalion.
      It flashes in Georgia in every scandalous chronicle.
      By the way, along the way it turned out that he was not a general, but a colonel, although he likes to call himself a general.
      hi
      1. Tuzik 25 February 2020 01: 10 New
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        And why did his tiewalker plant?
        1. Avior 25 February 2020 01: 43 New
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          cheating or something like that, but somehow casually
          I can’t say for sure, I didn’t get it clearly and distinctly, for what.
          something like that
          to put it mildly, does not enjoy authority among the military. Many cannot forgive him, as in 1992, when the fall of Gagra, his Avaza unit was suspiciously captured by the Russian military. The unit was then disbanded, and he was released. Georgian journalists in 2002 convicted him of illegal arms trade. But then he was not brought to trial. After the August war, he was convicted of treason for eight years. But released as a former political prisoner after the change of power.

          It is noteworthy that after the release of Tsitelashvili did not mind when reporters said that he was convicted of treason. Only this year, he began to correct them and insist that his case was falsified and he was convicted of possession of drugs. Tsitelashvili ceased to call himself a general, but after retired Georgian generals issued a general statement that Tsitelashvili had never been awarded this title.
          .
          hi
          1. cniza 25 February 2020 08: 44 New
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            Quote: Tuzik
            And why did his tiewalker plant?



            So he also takes revenge, but he tells the truth ...
          2. Tuzik 25 February 2020 14: 47 New
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            Thanks Avior, it’s pretty understandable, I asked you as a specialist, as I noticed that your comments are purely informational, without fanaticism
            1. Avior 25 February 2020 21: 50 New
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              please smile
  4. Baloo 24 February 2020 18: 43 New
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    As you can see, the officer turned out to be a decent and principled person, not amenable to bribery.
    Respect and respect for Georgia, a man and an officer. drinks hi good
    1. figwam 24 February 2020 19: 14 New
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      Quote: Balu
      Respect and respect for Georgia, a man and an officer.

      Join.
  5. knn54 24 February 2020 18: 49 New
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    In Vilnius (as in Moscow) there were snipers from western PMCs. So the truth, if it opens, will not be known soon.
  6. Mountain shooter 24 February 2020 18: 52 New
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    Yes, how many were these disclosures? At least someone "scratched himself" ... They do not care. The flow of information is filtered in the head much more efficiently than any censorship. For maydauns, the earth is flat, a hundred heavenly, Russia attacked Ukraine ... and further, according to the list ...
    1. figwam 24 February 2020 19: 28 New
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      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      Yes, how many were these disclosures? At least someone "scratched himself" ... They do not care.

      The main thing for us is to know the truth, and the guilty will run away from justice for a long time, but it will overtake them.
      1. cniza 24 February 2020 19: 51 New
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        Quote: Mountain Shooter
        Yes, how many were these disclosures? At least someone "scratched himself" ... They do not care.


        But they don’t hear ...
  7. Tank jacket 24 February 2020 19: 27 New
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    Revelations against Bandera, and therefore against Clintontonoids and Soros, are heard more and more loudly. Trump's team works efficiently.
    Let the wicked partake of the wrath of other wicked ones (c)
    Aw .. Parsley ... Do you hear the cold tread of an old woman with a scythe?
    1. cniza 24 February 2020 19: 52 New
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      I think he already feels cold fingers on his throat ...
      1. Tank jacket 24 February 2020 20: 03 New
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        Victor, hi , with the past Day of the Soviet Army and Navy!
        And as for Petya, I believe that he bruises more and more from fear ...
        1. cniza 24 February 2020 20: 05 New
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          Ruslan, mutually hi
          He can ferment as much as he wants, will not help ...
  8. HMR333 24 February 2020 19: 35 New
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    He does not make himself an idiot balabol because of Petit!
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    1. helmi8 24 February 2020 20: 40 New
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      Quote: Dur_mod
      It would be nice to disclose in detail everything he knows about the events on the Maidan. It would be a bomb for the Maydan and the beginning of the end of Porosyushenko and his licking.

      Indeed, Georgian snipers were known not only from him, but also from a documentary filmed by Italian journalist Jan Mikalesin, in which the shooters themselves talk about their "exploits" on the Maidan.

      Much more detailed ... Only for the stubborn all the same, "the Kremlin’s hand" ...
  10. don-1500 24 February 2020 20: 38 New
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    This whole version with the Georgians is some kind of distracting maneuver. I think there all February in the attics, balconies and roofs, agents of the American special services worked under the guidance of the personal guard of Victoria Nuland. Well, think for yourself, they could not help but control the entire top so that she would walk calmly with cookies there. So they shot.
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  12. Ivan Pchelin 25 February 2020 07: 11 New
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    Odmen, can I limit the number of inarticulate vysers to a resource? There is nothing to read.
  13. Butchcassidy 25 February 2020 14: 01 New
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    I don’t think that we can talk about the decency of those who served in Azov. It's about banal fear for your life. They were quietly begun to be shot and security could be ensured only by the publicity of the story with the participation of Georgian snipers in that story.