Fridon Injia, chairman of the European Socialist parliamentary group, called on the government to be extremely careful and to follow the example of countries that are very skillful in overcoming the situation so as not to get involved in a war situation and not to harm their own country.
Fridon Injia stated about it at the plenary sitting of the Parliament of Georgia, where political speeches were held between the representatives of factions and political groups.
“On the glorious feast of Easter, when we went to the districts to visit the graves of our ancestors, it became clear once again how beautiful our country is. There is no area left where something is not done, not beautified. Certain economic means emerged and the government was given the opportunity to finance the peasantry. All this is a result of the fact that there has been no war in Georgia for the last 10 years. “Let’s look at those villages and towns and see what the situation is on the territory of our brother nation Ukraine today.”
“I want to focus on countries like Israel, Turkey, Azerbaijan, and so on, which go to the edge of the knife, but in their own interests, do everything possible to avoid participating in the war and get out of this situation. “Our situation is more difficult because some part of our territory is out of control and this line is close to the capital of Georgia,” Fridon Injia said at the plenary session.
According to him, on February 24, when the war started, two weeks before, he spoke at a parliamentary session about the need for the implementation of the Minsk agreement by fraternal Ukrainians.
“A week later, my colleague Avtandil Enukidze (Vice-Speaker of the Georgian Parliament) and I made another statement about it, but today you can see how everything turned out differently. Destroyed cities. I do not want our country to find itself in such a situation. Therefore, great care is needed. “- said Fridon Injia.
He called on the Georgian authorities to be more adequate in the current situation.
“I want to call on our government to abide by the law and be more adequate in light of the current situation in Georgia,” Fridon Injia said.
The chairman of the political group believes that the rule of law is paramount for the government in any situation and the law must be enforced in the country.