Fridon Injia, Chairman of the European Socialists, live on the Georgian Times

დ The Chairman of the Parliamentary Opposition Political Group "European Socialists" Fridon Injia spoke on the Georgian Times about the ongoing processes around Ukraine and the position of Georgia.
დ Fridon Injia believes that the events in Georgia in 2008 are mirrored in Ukraine.
🔷 "Two big" monsters "find out about each other and you blow your nose. At the same time, you do not even know what they are talking about, you do not know what the United States wrote to Russia in a closed response. "It may be written that you want to become a foreigner. Ukraine is in a difficult situation, but Ukraine is in the background, so to speak.
🔷 According to him, Georgia should learn lessons from history and draw conclusions.
ოთ "Let's look at what happened in 2008… Lesson, we have to make a conclusion, we were warned როდესაც When Erosi Kitsmarishvili brought this story, the next day he met me and told me that it was a difficult situation, I could not keep our testimony here. Is it mirrored? "At that time in 2008 these weapons were coming from all countries, now they are coming from all countries, but some NATO members said that we will not participate and will withdraw our troops here at all. These are Croatia, Bulgaria. Do we have to draw a conclusion?" Said Fridon Injia .
. As for Western sanctions, the chairman of the political group believes that it will not harm Russia much.
"If no chips are given to Russia, a Yaroslavl peasant or worker is not interested in your chips at all, or even if the Russian leadership does not go shopping on the Champs Elysees, nothing will happen," said Fridon Injia.

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