The Wall Street Journal: A member of the Foreign Relations Committee of the US House of Representatives plans to introduce a bill in response to the developments in Georgia, which also includes possible sanctions

In response to the developments in Georgia, Congressman Joe Wilson is planning to submit a bill, according to an article in The Wall Street Journal.

"Joe Wilson, a member of the Foreign Relations Committee of the US House of Representatives, plans to submit a bill in response to the developments in Georgia. The bill requires the Secretary of State to report to Congress on improper political influence, kleptocracy, elite corruption, sanctions evasion and Russian intelligence assets in Georgia. Those responsible for the "Foreign Agents Act" and the broader attack on democracy could face sanctions, the American publication wrote.

A WSJ article titled "Georgia-Russia 'Hybrid War'" notes that if Georgia reverses course, the bill would allow Georgia to strengthen trade, defense and cultural ties with the US."Also, the bill offers an opportunity for Georgia to strengthen trade, defense and cultural ties with the United States if it changes course. This could be a crucial moment for Georgia's democratic future, while its population is trying to stop the tool of authoritarian control," the article states.

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