What does younger generation think about USSR? Opinion from Georgia. Video
Georgian youth talks about the USSR 30 years after its collapse
The Soviet Union ceased collapsed 30 years ago – in December 1991. Since then, a generation of quite mature people has grown up in the post-Soviet countries. This generation does not remember the USSR and only knows what it has heard about it. We asked Gigu Chokheli, a 29-year-old programmer from Georgia, what he has heard about life in the Soviet Union and how he feels about it.