We see a brutal war in Ukraine and we do not see any effort or will, from any side, to stop this war, said the Prime Minister of Georgia at the Global Security Forum.
“If we were in the Government, we would have done our best to avoid that war. Georgia is a small country, it is well equipped, it has a good army, but the country is small.
I believe that this should be in the interest of any government, especially when the country is neither a member of the European Union nor NATO.
That war was devastating and the result is that 20% of our territories are occupied by Russia. At that time, the war was not paid enough attention, no one imposed sanctions on Russia.
Our war was our war. Now what we are seeing in Ukraine is catastrophic, thousands of people are dying every day and we don’t see any signs that this war will end soon”, - said Irakli Garibashvili.