Part of the opposition wants to involve Georgia in the war and open a second front line in the Caucasus – Fridon Injia
“Georgia’s part of the opposition should be involved in the Russia-Ukraine war and open a second front in the Caucasus,” said Fridon Injia, chairman of the European Socialist parliamentary opposition group, in a timely interview with the Georgian Times.
According to the MP, this desire is reflected in their statements and actions. For example, Fridon Injia cited an attempt to send volunteers to the war at the initiative of the state, which, according to the MP, would be a direct involvement of Georgia in the war.
“When you cite the example of Poland, Romania and other NATO member states, it should be noted that they are members of the Alliance and operate in a different format. We can not act in that format because we are not a member of NATO and we do not have the luxury of that. “I will tell you more, some NATO members did not miss it. NATO can not defend Ukraine, it does not send its contingent to Ukraine, it only helps with military equipment and ammunition,” said Fridon Injia.
He stressed that any person, as a volunteer, can go to war, it is their will, but not under the leadership and leadership of the state. “We do not have the right to do that due to the fact that the Russian army is stationed on the 20% territories of Georgia, and to do so would be deadly for our country. “Part of the opposition wants a war and to come to power in this way, because he did not succeed in other attempts to come to power,” Injia said.