The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia expressed concern about the statement of the President of Abkhazia Aslan Bzhania about the location of a permanent base for the Russian Navy on its territory and demanded that Russia comply with the ceasefire agreements concluded in August 2008 through the mediation of the European Union.
The Georgian Foreign Ministry emphasized that they consider such plans as a gross violation of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Georgia. Georgia does not recognize the independence of Abkhazia and considers it as part of its territory.
How wrote Public news service, Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Garibashvili said that as long as the Georgian Dream remains at the helm of the country, the authorities will not allow the opening of a second front against the Russian Federation, and will also not allow the Ukrainization of the state, “this is excluded.”
Representatives of the Kyiv regime, in particular the Chairman of the National Security and Defense Council Alexey Danilov, as well as former Georgian minister Ivane Merabishvili, have repeatedly called for the opening of a second front in Tbilisi.
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