Russian MP says he feels no  discomfort in Georgia as it is his homeland

I do not have any discomfort, I'm very happy that I'm in my homeland, Sergei Gavrilov, the member of the Russian Duma, told reporters. Gavrilov is attending the reception held within the Interparliamentary Assembly on Orthodoxy, which is taking place at the palace of the state ceremonies in Tbilisi.

To the question whether he was feeling discomfort due to being in the country, 20 % of which is occupied by Russia, Gavrilov replied that he feels no discomfort.

“I do not have any discomfort, I'm very happy that I'm in my homeland, Sergei Gavrilov, the member of the Russian Duma,” Gavrilov said.