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Georgian actor and singer Vakhtang Kikabidze in an interview with Ukrainian journalist Dmitry Gordon spoke about the perception of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Conversation with the artist published on the YouTube channel “visiting Gordon”.
Gordon asked, Kikabidze, has changed his attitude to Putin. “He makes his case. But if you look at this thing…” — said the actor.
“In all countries are headed unusual people. And it all depends on their brains as they look at life on our little planet, how they should behave. Everything depends on them. And it should be presented to them. The history remains, all written in black and white, and someday these papers will raise”, — said the artist.
Kikabidze also said that Georgia is a “creeping annexation”, and that in the country, daily kidnapping. “A family home is here, behind barbed wire and buried a wife. If he come back from his Tommy will be taken”, — he said.
81-year-old Vakhtang Kikabidze best known for the films “do Not cry!” and “Mimino” George Danelia. The artist refused to perform in Russia since the end of the armed conflict in South Ossetia in 2008.
Video, photo All from Russia.