Georgian Prime Minister says there are no plans to open a “second front”

According to the prime minister, Georgia must maintain peace and stability, and the authorities will not allow the opening of a “second front”. Earlier, the head of the National Security and Defense Council spoke for the opening of “second fronts” to help Ukraine alt=”Prime Minister of Georgia announced no plans to open a “second front”” />

Irakli Garibashvili

Georgia will not open a “second front” for the sake of supporting Ukraine, Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili said, Rustavi 2 reports.

“There will be no other front in Georgia, we will not allow this and will continue to protect our citizens and our state,” — Garibashvili said at a government meeting.

According to him, what is happening in Ukraine, — tragedy, and Georgia must maintain peace and stability.

For the opening of “second fronts” at the end of March, head of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Oleksiy Danilov spoke. He also stated that Georgia “is not behaving very correctly in relation to Ukraine, to put it mildly.”

On February 25, the day after the start of the Russian special operation, Garibashvili said, that Georgia will not impose anti-Russian sanctions, as this will harm the country and the population. He also stated that Tbilisi would be guided only by national interests.

In early March, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky recalled the ambassador from Georgia. Georgian President Salome Zurabishvili asked him to return the ambassador, so that “in these difficult moments, the connection between peoples would be strengthened.” According to her, the disagreement between Kiev and Tbilisi “beneficial only to Russia.” She also stated that Georgia “participates in all international financial sanctions”; and this affects the financial sector of the country, as well as in all resolutions in support of Ukraine.

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Last week, Speaker of the Georgian Parliament Shalva Papuashvili refused to accept the invitation of Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Ruslan Stefanchuk to visit the city of Bucha. He called this invitation inappropriate because of “attempts to separate the people of Georgia from power, demands to open a second front, unfounded diplomatic demarches, unfounded accusations of smuggling or accusations of trying to warm hands to the misfortune of the Ukrainian people.” from Kyiv.

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