The chairman of the parliamentary political group “European Socialists” Fridon Injia believes that there is no alternative to start a direct dialogue regarding the issue of restoring the country’s territorial integrity.
According to Fridon Injia, the main thing is to take concrete steps to restore the de-occupation and the territorial integrity of Georgia, and the adoption of resolutions does not bring any results.
At the session of the Bureau of the Parliament, the MP responded to the incident that took place on November 6 in the occupied territory near the village of Kirbali, Gori municipality, which resulted in the death of Georgian citizen Tamaz Ginturi.
At the session of the Parliament’s Bureau, a certain part of the opposition presented a draft resolution regarding this fact, where they demand the adoption of a resolution and a timely response to the fact that happened near the village of Kirbali.
“The fact that happened is sad. My condolences to Tamaz Gintur’s family. For our country, while the population is decreasing every year, even one person’s life is important.
Today, the main task for our country is the unification of the country and restoration of territorial integrity. During these 30 years, how many resolutions have been adopted at different international levels, but it has not brought any results.
We should realize that resolutions do not bring results and think whether this or that resolution will be beneficial or not, whether it will help the unification of our country, and we should not do it to please someone.
I think that the resolution can be adopted, but the main thing is to take concrete steps for de-occupation and return of Georgian lands. And the concrete steps for this, I believe that this is a dialogue. Direct dialogue, not resolutions. For 30 years, we have been at the level of resolutions, but we have no results”, said the MP.