Despicable Me Gru Side Profile Pastel T-Shirt
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The Short Guy with Glasses: Downplayed. She wears glasses and is the tallest of her sisters, but is shorter than the adult members of her family. Georgia Arrests Russian "Intelligence Operatives" ". Civil Georgia. 27 September 2006. Archived from the original on 30 December 2016. Georgia's counter-intelligence service arrested four Russian military intelligence (GRU – Glavnoye Razvedovatelnoye Upravlenie) officers and eleven citizens of Georgia who were cooperating with Russian intelligence services, Georgian Interior Minister Vano Merabishvili said on 27 September [...] He said that two Russian intelligence operatives were arrested in Tbilisi – GRU colonel Alexander Sava, who was allegedly the chief of the group operating in Georgia, and Dimitri Kazantsev. Two others – Alexander Zavgorodny and Alexander Baranov – were arrested in Batumi, the Georgian Interior Minister said.
Not So Above It All: She does join in with Edith's antics if it's against someone she doesn't like. Spetsnaz GRU unit No. 48427, an airborne unit, participated in the Russo-Georgian War.  Germany [ edit ]Anatoliy Chepiga Is a Hero of Russia: The Writing Is on the Wall – bellingcat". bellingcat. 2 October 2018 . Retrieved 4 October 2018. Second Skripal Poisoning Suspect Identified as Dr. Alexander Mishkin". Bellingcat. 8 October 2018 . Retrieved 9 October 2018.
Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Downplayed. The only blonde member of the Gru family and is an overall good person, but both of her sisters are nicer than her, and she likes violence. In July 2019, a Warsaw court sentenced former Economy Ministry employee Marek W. to three years in prison for passing classified information on the energy sector to the GRU from 2015 to 2016.  Dating What Daddy Hates: In Despicable Me 2, Margo develops a crush on Antonio, the son of the said sequel's antagonist, and Gru is less than thrilled. Antonio later dumps Margo to dance with another girl and she's heartbroken. Thankfully, Gru had his Freeze Ray.
McDermott, Roger (2 November 2010). "Bat or Mouse? The Strange Case of Reforming Spetsnaz". Jamestown. Jamestown.org . Retrieved 19 August 2014. GRU Globetrotters 2: The Spies Who Loved Switzerland". Bellingcat. 6 July 2019. Archived from the original on 6 July 2019.