Appeal to the acting diplomats of Georgia

It should be evident to you that the actions of the "Georgian Dream" government directly contradict Georgia's national interests and Article 78 of the Constitution. Their efforts to shift the country’s foreign policy course undermine Georgia’s European and Euro-Atlantic integration prospects, placing us at odds with key allies like the United States and the European Union. This path risks isolating Georgia and placing it in Russia's sphere of influence, among authoritarian regimes.

For decades, you have tirelessly worked towards Georgia's NATO and EU membership. You understand firsthand, from direct communication with our Western partners, that adopting the "Russian law" would block our path to the EU and NATO and leave us vulnerable to Russian threats.

In this critical moment, as the government embraces anti-Western rhetoric and engages you in diplomatic disputes with our allies, your unwavering commitment to our national interests and pro-Western policy is paramount. The future of Georgia is in danger. Silence and conformity are wrong. Protest. Do not comply with the government’s treacherous directives. It's time to speak out and stand with the Georgian people in their struggle for freedom, democracy, and our European future.


  1. Georgian Foundation for Strategic and International Studies (Rondeli Foundation)
  2. Journalism Resource Center- JRC
  3. Georgian Alliance of Regional Broadcasters- GARB
  4. Green Alternative
  5. Center for Training and Consultancy
  6. Coalition for Education
  7. Democracy Index Sakartvelo
  8. Georgia’s Reforms Associates- GRASS
  9. International Business and Economic Development Center
  10. The Media Development Foundation- MDF
  11. Georgia's European Orbit
  12. Europe Foundation
  13. Georgian Young Lawyers’ Association
  14. Transparency Intenational Georgia
  15. International Society for Fair Elections and Democracy (ISFED)
  16. Democracy Defenders
  17. Europe-Georgia Institute- EGI
  18. Soviet Past Research Laboratory (SovLab)
  19. The Economic Policy Research Center (EPRC)
  20. Georgian Democracy Initiative (GDI)
  21. Tolerance and Diversity Institute (TDI)
  22. The Human Rights Center (HRC)
  23. Tbilisi Pride
  24. Civil Rights Defenders - CRD
  25. Center for Strategic Research and Development of Georgia (CSRDG)
  26. Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI)
  27. Climate Basics
  28. A Scene of Change
  29. Georgian Rural Council
  30. Movement
  31. Georgian Institute of Politics (GIP)
  32. Reproductive Education Hub
  33. International Business Development and Investment Promotion Center
  34. Export Development Association
  35. Center For Youth Development – XXI
  36. Regional Development Center (RDC)
  37. Racha Community Organization
  38. Prevention For Progress
  39. Giorgi Tumasyan, Diplomatic Reserve of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia 2017-2021
  40. Social workers for Society Well-being
  41. The Margaret Thatcher Centre of Georgia
  42. SAUNJE
  43. Youth Center of Non-Formal Education Sunny House
  44. Mamuka Kotetishvili
  45. Lomeki
  46. EuroClub Kvareli
  47. Civic Engagement and Activism Center (CEAC)
  48. Aprili Media
  49. Movement “Inclusive Society- Georgia”
  50. Human Rights Development Fund
  51. Society and Banks
  52. Tetritskaro Youth Center
  54. Caucasus Open Space (COS)
  55. Neogeni
  56. Civic Movement for Freedom
  57. Innovation and Civil Development Centre- Progress House
  58. Guria Civic Center
  59. Geocase
  60. Deep Structural Reforms' Center
  61. Women's Democracy Network of Georgia
  62. Governance Monitoring Center (GMC)
  63. International Business Development and Investment Promotion Center
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