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Davit Arakhamia: Do not pay attention to the fake information spread by Prime Minister Gharibashvili, who does it by order of the oligarch

23.06.22 10:30


Davit Arakhamia, chairman of the Servant of the People faction in the Ukrainian Rada and a member of the Ukrainian delegation in talks with Russia, responded to the allegations made by Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili.

 

According to Arakhamia, Irakli Gharibashvili spreads "fake information" and all this is done by the order of the oligarch.

 

"Hello Georgia. I am releasing this video to reveal the truth about the fake information spread by the Prime Minister of Georgia. Speaking in Parliament, he said that Arakhamia had insisted on not granting Georgia candidate status during his visits to Europe and the United States. First - Arakhamia has not been to Europe. Second, he arrived in the United States to develop the concept that Ivanishvili is an oligarch of pro-Russian orientation/plan, which has a puppet government that deceives the Georgian people, who want Europe," Arakhamia said.

 

According to the Ukrainian politician, the recent rally in Georgia showed that Georgia wants to become part of Europe. He said the Ukrainian Government would help the Georgian people to become a member of the European Union.

 

"The last rally held in Georgia showed that Georgians are part of Europe and Georgia wants to become part of Europe. We, as the Government of Ukraine, will help the Georgian people to become a member of the European Union. Do not pay attention to the fake information spread by the Georgian Government, the fake information spread by Prime Minister Gharibashvili, who spread unreliable information by order of the oligarch. It is unfortunate that Georgia, the benevolent people who sheltered our refugees and whose citizens are fighting in Ukraine against Russians, have become captives of the oligarch today. Georgians, be strong, I am sure that we have a great future on our way towards Europe," Arakhamia said.

 

 

 

source: IPN 

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