"European Socialists' view pragmatically all issues that will not be detrimental to the country."

🔹 "The European Socialists are pragmatic in all matters that will not be detrimental to the country," Fridon Injia said.

👉 "I think the dialogue is right, it is necessary to talk," - Avtandil Enukidze, Vice Speaker of the Parliament.

👉 Pridon Injia and Avtandil Enukidze stated about it at the press conference held in the supreme legislative body, where the "European Socialists" addressed the Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Gharibashvili on the need for a direct dialogue with the Russian Federation.

🔹 Fridon Injia, chairman of the European Socialist parliamentary group, said in response to a reporter's question whether the European Socialists were embarrassed when the Ukrainian government was called upon to implement the Minsk agreement.

🔹 "What do you mean?" . I do not see any inconvenience when such countries as Poland, Germany, France, the United States call on the Ukrainian authorities to fulfill their commitments. We announced this on January 26, after which a week passed and there was not a single country in the world left in contact with these processes that did not call on the Ukrainian government to fulfill its obligations under the Minsk Agreement. I do not see any inconvenience here, "said Fridon Injia.

🔹 According to the Vice-Speaker of the Parliament of Georgia Avtandil Enukidze, it is necessary to hold a direct dialogue in order to prevent aggression.

🔹 "Why does Ukraine not feel embarrassed when the wanted Georgian government has Adeishvili as an assistant prosecutor? He needs it and he does it, right?… We need it that way. I think the dialogue is right. It is necessary to talk before you shoot. "You can see that he is throwing, there has been no dialogue so far, and we do not hope that it will work, but let's talk, show everyone that we wanted to talk, and that - war," - said Avtandil Enukidze.

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