Irakli Gharibashvili: We have been at war three times, that's enough

05.12.22 16:50

Despite many attempts to bring the second front to Georgia, as a result of our reasonable policy, all this has been prevented, the Prime Minister of Georgia, Irakli Gharibashvili, said at the governmental meeting.


According to him, those in the opposition in Georgia are "trying to open a second front".


"Imagine if these people were in power in Georgia. They are in the opposition and they are trying from there to start a war and open a second front. If we imagine for a second these people in power today, they will turn Georgia into a battlefield. Haven't they done it before? By their own will and decision, they gave up 20% of our territory - Kodori Gorge, hundreds of villages and hundreds of our heroic soldiers have been sacrificed to this war and their unreasonable steps.


There is a very difficult situation in Ukraine, and today there is a very difficult situation in the world and in Europe. I would like to remind everyone that, starting with the President of the USA, the leaders of the European countries are publicly appealing to their citizens not to participate in these hostilities and to express their solidarity in other ways. As a responsible government, we have an obligation to take care of every citizen. Each of our steps should be well thought out and evaluated so that we do not create problems for our citizens and the country in any way. Our main commitment is to maintain peace and stability in the country, which is the determinant of our prosperity. We have been at war three times, my friends - we have been at war three times since we regained our independence, that's enough. We want to unite the country in a peaceful way. This is a reasonable national policy. Not by war, especially by sending our people to unwinnable wars", said Irakli Gharibashvili.





source: IPN 

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