This episode is a part of a special series on Georgia and Black Sea Security funded by the Polish Embassy in Tbilisi.
In this episode Adam interviews Egor Kuroptev, head of the Free Russia Foundation’s Tbilisi office. They discuss issues on Georgian-Russian relations, the ongoing borderization of the so-called South Ossetia (Tskhinvali) territory and the current threat to Georgian security as a result of the frozen conflicts.

Episode 17 – Zelenskyy wins big in Ukraine; Georgia protests against Russian influence
The dimensions of Georgia’s frozen conflicts by Nino Kukhianidze.
Georgia’s separatist regions at a standstill by Agnieszka Tomczyk.

Music featured in the podcast licensed under the Creative Commons license 3.0/4.0:
Intro: Indie Rock by Scott Holmes –
Sometimes by Frequency Decree -

This episode is supported by funding from the Polish Embassy in Tbilisi in the framework of the NATO Contact Point Embassy

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