Georgia allowed the possibility of opening a “second front” against Russia

Georgia allowed the possibility of opening a “second front” against Russia

Georgia admitted the possibility of opening a

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The leadership of Georgia can organize a nationwide referendum and ask the question:  do Georgians want war with Russia. On September 13, the head of the ruling Georgian Dream party made such a statement; Georgy Kobakhidze,  "Kommersant".

Let the people say whether they want to open a second front in Georgia against Russia.

Kobakhidze promised that the authorities “will act as the people say.” And he expressed the hope that the Georgian people “will clarify whether they agree with the statements of Ukrainian politicians about the need to involve Georgia in the war or with the position of the authorities of their country.”

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This is how Irakli Kobakhidze responded to the statement of the deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Fyodor Venislavsky, who the day before advised Georgia “to take concrete steps to liberate Abkhazia and South Ossetia”.

Earlier, the secretary publicly addressed Tbilisi with similar appeals NSDC of Ukraine Oleksiy Danilov, advisers to the head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Mikhail Podolyak and Oleksiy Arestovich.

BAGNET recalls that Georgia fought against Russia in South Ossetia (1989-1992), Abkhazia (1992-1993) and during the "five day war” 2008.

Prepared by: Sergey Daga