In a statement released today, the State Security Service of Georgia (SSSG) said three Serbian trainers, who were brought to Georgia to participate in a program funded by the US Agency for International Development (USAID), were actively recruiting activists with the intent of orchestrating the violent overthrow of Georgia’s lawfully elected government. SSSG said these trainers are affiliated with CANVAS – Center for Applied Non-Violent Actions and Strategies, reported Civil.ge, a UN-affiliated news outlet.
SSSG stated that on September 25, 2023, Serbian citizens Siniša Šikman, Jelena Stojšić, and Slobodan Djinovic arrived in Georgia at the invitation of the East-West Management Institute, which the USAID funds.
“These individuals are connected to the revolutionary events that unfolded in Georgia in 2003. Over the years, they have also been associated with similar developments in Serbia, Ukraine, and various other countries. They have been actively teaching the methods of igniting protest and the tactics of holding violent rallies. They function as key figures within the organization CANVAS, and both Siniša Šikman and Slobodan Djinovic are former members of the organization Otpor in Serbia, which was akin to Georgia’s “Kmara [enough].”
As American moral clarity has been shattered since the end of the Trump administration, her foreign agencies have been deep into corrupt affairs as well.
It seems the world is catching wind to this fact, and acting accordingly.
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