Tensions Flare in Georgia as Direct Flights Resume With Russia

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As passengers on the first direct flight from Russia to Georgia in more than three years disembarked on Friday, they were met by protesters cursing their arrival.

Shouts of “Why did you come here? Your country is an occupier!” echoed through the arrivals hall at Tbilisi International Airport. Outside, a crowd of about 200 hundred demonstrators unfurled a banner saying “You are not welcome.”

“I am only here for a vacation,” one passenger replied, running away from a media throng…

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