"We will not support the harmful resolution of our country"

📌"No country in the world has yet adopted a resolution on Ukraine," said Fridon Injia, chairman of the European Socialist parliamentary group.

🔷 Fridon Injia believes that if Georgia's supreme legislature passes a resolution on Ukraine, it should be a good resolution for Georgia.

🔷 "I believe that if a resolution is made, it should be for the good of our country. Moreover, with the resolution, we should not be a party, and if we are a party to any other country and you want to be with Russia, with us, the events of 2008 may continue on our territory, and these events may begin in Ukraine as well. This I do not want. "We do not want a war," said Fridon Injia.

🔷 In his opinion, this situation may be good for some, but it will not be good for Georgia and the Georgian people, nor for Ukraine.

🔷 "We do not need a war and we should not support it. On the contrary, we should call for siding. The war will be devastating for the region and, above all, for Ukraine. I do not want our country to find itself in such a situation, "said Fridon Injia.

🔷 According to the chairman of the parliamentary political group, the calm that has been established over the years, and what has been achieved in the hands of this government, it would be really wrong to lose it.

🔷 "Some ray appeared in the direction of relations, the unification of our country. I am referring to Russia's statement that calls for the return of the 1997 status quo (these countries, these territories and many others). It should be noted that the current Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation was Russia's representative to the UN in 1997, and he affirmed and voted that Georgia is a united country with its Abkhazia, Samachablo and all the rest. "This is the most important thing for us, and they can benefit us in this statement, and with this resolution, which no other country has done, we will not find ourselves in a state of confrontation and will not side with anyone," Fridon Injia said.

🔷 He said that if there is something in the resolution that could harm the current situation in the country, and there is no thing that Georgia can use for the benefit of the country in the future, of course, as Fridon Injia points out, his political group will not support it.

🔷 "We will not support a resolution against our country," said Fridon Injia.

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