“Putin’s Asymmetrical Assault on Democracy in Russia and Europe: Implications for U.S. National Security," - The US Senate has prepared a report . One chapter is dedicated to Georgia. The document speaks about the military and cyber attack on Georgia in 2008 and the strengthening of Russian propaganda in the country.
"Beyond its military assaults on Georgian territory, the Russian government also supports a variety of pro-Kremlin political parties, NGOs, and propaganda efforts in the country. For example, Obiektivi TV, a media outlet, reportedly relied on Russian funding in its support of the ultra-nationalistic Alliance of Patriots political party.428 Obiektivi’s xenophobic, homophobic, and anti-western nar- rative helped the Alliance of Patriots clear the threshold to enter parliament during the October 2016 election,"- reads the statement.