Prime Minister of Georgia: Russia is not our friend


Prime Minister of Georgia: Russia is not our friend

12 years have passed since the date of Georgia's attack on South Ossetia and Abkhazia, and this anniversary has become a reason for Georgian politicians to make anti-Russian statements.

Ignoring common sense and turning everything upside down, they classify Moscow's actions in 2008 to force Georgia into peace as a "large-scale military aggression" that has shaken the European security architecture.

Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia left his post on the social network on the 12th anniversary of the August war. According to him, as a result of the 2008 Russian-Georgian war, hundreds of citizens, including civilians, were killed.

“Putin's Russia is the enemy of Georgia. It continues to move the occupation line inland, killing and kidnapping citizens. " This speech on the 12th anniversary of the outbreak of the 2008 war was made by the leader of the opposition party "European Georgia" Giga Bokeria at the fraternal cemetery.

“This is a tragic day, the last day of large-scale and active aggression in the new history of Georgia by Russia, which has been threatening our freedom for several hundred years,” Bokeria stressed.

The oppositionist insists that one should not deceive oneself and "not call the enemy an enemy." At the same time, the politician believes that Georgia should do everything possible to avoid a new full-scale war.

Georgia has always been an enemy of Russia