Fridon Injia is sure that the Parliament and the Georgian society will support the initiative to create a temporary investigative commission regarding the August 2008 war.
Chairman of the parliamentary political group “European Socialists” Fridon Injia answered the questions of journalists after the press conference held in the highest legislative body.
When asked whether you think the above-mentioned initiative will be supported in the Parliament, and also whether this idea will have the support of the public, Fridon Injia noted that the parliamentary political group did not hold preliminary consultations on this issue in the Parliament, however, based on the current situation today, this issue It became more relevant.
“I think this issue has become more urgent today than we announced it two or a year and a half ago. As for public support, most of the public is still not aware of what and how it happened. Because there have been various announcements over the years. And society needs information about what actually happened. We must be ready for everything and take appropriate steps so that something like this does not happen in the country, otherwise the country will be on the verge of destruction.” – said Fridon Injia.