"It is dangerous for Russian citizens to visit Georgia," Dmitry Peskov, the Kremlin Press Secretary, responds to the visit of the Russian TV presenter Vladimir Pozner to Georgia and the protest rallies.
"There is a danger for Russian citizens in Georgia. It is simply dangerous to travel there, and Russian citizens need to understand this clearly," Peskov said.
Vladimir Pozner and his guests left Georgia on a charter flight earlier than planned.
Police fined a Russian journalist and 31 of his guests for violating the isolation and quarantine rules.
Vladimir Pozner arrived in Georgia to celebrate his birthday.
A protest followed the visit of the Russian journalist to Tbilisi.
Adjara Group owns The Rooms Hotel, where Pozner and his guests decided to stay; they published a statement and noted that they shared the spirit of the protest and condemned the occupation.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs states that Vladimir Pozner is a citizen of America and has not violated the law on occupation.
The hotel, Vinotel, where Vladimir Pozner and his friends had dinner, was fined by GEL 10,000 by the Labor Inspectorate.
Vladimir Pozner and his guests left the hotel through a police cordon.
Eggs were thrown at the Rooms Hotel, where Russian journalist Vladimir Pozner and his guests were staying.
Russian TV presenter Vladimir Pozner, who returned to Moscow, denies the information that he was fined for violating the restrictions rules in Georgia.