TBILISI, DFWatch–Ukrainian opposition MP, Ruslan Koshulinski, who is deputy speaker of parliament, broke off his visit to Georgia due to the protests in Kyiv.
Koshulinski visited Georgia in order to attend the sixth session of the parliamentary assembly of GUAM; a cooperation between Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan and Moldova.
He told journalists in Tbilisi that there is a difficult political situation in Ukraine now which may lead to a political crisis and he doesn’t exclude that the president might be impeached.
“The actions of the police were unprofessional and went beyond the frames of democracy,” he said.
“In a democratic country each member of the ministers’ cabinet would have resigned. Unfortunately it didn’t happen in Ukraine.”
Koshulinski said he thinks also the Ukrainian ambassador to Georgia may return to his home country.