Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Kobakhidze
© NTMFILE: Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Kobakhidze
US-funded non-governmental organizations (NGOs) tried to stage "revolutions" in Georgia, Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Kobakhidze said on Friday.

Earlier in the day, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said that the United States announces a comprehensive review of bilateral cooperation with Georgia in connection with the bill on foreign agents and introduces a new policy on visa restrictions.

"NGOs, including those funded from the United States, planned to stage a revolution when they demanded the resignation of the government... There have been two attempts at a revolution, and in the past weeks there has been a third attempt," Kobakhidze told reporters.

The relations between Georgia and the United States need to be improved, the official added.

"Georgian-US relations really need to be reviewed, we discussed this with the US Ambassador... Under the conditions of the former ambassador, much has been spoiled, so Georgian-US relations should be improved and revised," Kobakhidze said.