Putin’s War in Ukraine Is Known To Us, But We Won’t Sanction Russia, Georgian PM Declares

In line with the news report from CNN International news agency; they revealed that during the Council of Europe Summit in Reykjavik, Georgia’s Prime Minister, Irakli Garibashvili, addressed the pressing issue of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine.Continue Reading>>>

Despite the gravity of the situation, Georgia chose not to impose sanctions against Russia, emphasizing their commitment to preserving peace. Garibashvili acknowledged the challenging predicament Europe finds itself in due to Russia’s aggression.

Drawing from Georgia’s own harrowing experience with Russian aggression in 2008, where they were involved in a full-scale war, Garibashvili firmly expressed Georgia’s unwavering support for Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.Continue Reading>>>

He highlighted the significant toll his country paid during the conflict, with 20% of Georgian territory remaining under Russian occupation. Through these trying times, the people of Georgia have gained an intimate understanding of the costs associated with both war and peace.

Reflecting on the nation’s history since gaining independence, Garibashvili pointed out that Georgia has endured multiple wars within its borders. Consequently, Georgia is now dedicated to doing everything within its power to maintain peace.

Recognizing the current state of global affairs, Garibashvili stressed that the world is undergoing significant changes, and it will never be the same as before. The Prime Minister emphasized the necessity of unity and global consolidation to establish a new, just order, acknowledging that no single entity can overcome the difficult situation alone.

Garibashvili’s remarks were made in the context of the Georgian government’s decision to resume direct flights between Georgia and Russia, while Western countries have closed their skies to Russian airlines. Despite the actions taken by the international community, Georgia has permitted two airlines to operate direct flights to Russia.

This move signifies Georgia’s unique position amidst the geopolitical landscape and their commitment to maintaining open channels of communication.


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