We do not intend to review the decisions of the Hague and Strasbourg courts. As a result of the resolutions adopted by them, it was determined that the Georgian soldiers did not commit a crime;
The purpose of creating a temporary investigative commission is to establish the truth:
Why the August 2008 war between Russia and Georgia happened;
Could we have avoided this great disaster for the country, and Georgia would not have lost 20% of territories;
Truth must be one;
The creation of the commission is important for the history of the country, for the people, for the society, which must know the truth. Also, it is necessary for the government itself to never carry out similar actions;
These and other important questions were answered by the chairman of the parliamentary political group “European Socialists” Fridon Injia on “Season TV” during his live participation in the program “Summary of the Day”.
Fridon Injia believes that the “National Movement” itself needs to know the truth about the events of the August 2008 war.
“Knowing the truth is important even for the youth of the “National Movement” who did not participate in these vicissitudes, and they should know how the predecessors of their party acted.
All the charges brought against Saakashvili today are insignificant compared to the action, as a result of which Georgia lost 20% of the country’s territories.
The population should be informed and an answer should be given to the main question, who was to blame for the fact that the state lost 20% of the country’s territory. This is the most important question.
Fridon Injia believes that Saakashvili would not have taken a step without an agreement with the United States of America, and that not only America, but also Russia participated in this process.
“The President of Georgia would not take a step without an agreement with the United States of America. There is another side, maybe everything was agreed with Russia and Saakashvili was preparing a package for Russia, in the form of Kodori Gorge or Akhalgori. In this process, the then government of Georgia had its own private interest.” – noted Fridon Injia.
To the journalist’s question, how appropriate it is when ambassadors accredited to Georgia directly interfere in the activities of the country’s legislative body and indicate which law should be adopted by the parliament, the chairman of the political group said that this is pressure from the diplomatic corps.
“This is pressure from the diplomatic corps in Georgia on the deputies elected by the people. Members of Parliament are elected by the people, and Parliament is accountable to the people, not to international organizations.
Interference in the internal affairs of Georgia is a problem of our government. I think difficulties will be overcome consistently. The main thing is to maintain peace and not to take steps to destabilize the region.” – said Fridon Injia.