Georgian MP warns Kiev against involving Tbilisi in military operations
A member of Georgia’s ruling party denounced on Monday the remark by Ukraine’s temporary charge d’affaires to Georgia, Andrey Kasyanov, who said Kiev had demanded that Tbilisi send back weapons it had been given, as yet another attempt to involve the republic in the military operation, TASS reports.
Givi Mikanadze from the Georgian Dream faction told reporters, "This could be yet another attempt to involve Georgia in the war. We reiterate resolutely and clearly that our government will not take any step that might make Georgia a party to this war or where it could risk being dragged into the war."
Georgia will continue providing "political and humanitarian assistance" to Ukraine and will primarily make sure that the country "is not involved in military operations and that there is peace," he emphasized.
Ukraine’s European Pravda online newspaper published an article on Monday in which Kasyanov said that Ukraine had asked Georgia to send back Buk missile systems Kiev had transferred to Tbilisi in 2008.
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