Georgia Considers Possibility to Get Into War With Russia

Georgia would consider opening a “second front” against Russia if its people support the idea in a referendum, as stated by an MP and head of the leading parliamentary party, the “Georgian Dream”, Irakli Kobakhidze.  

Picture: Izvestia

Kobakhidze was commenting on statements made by Ukrainian officials in recent months. They called on Tbilisi to join its fight against Russia.

“We can hold a referendum, a plebiscite, on whether people want to open a second front [against Russia] in Georgia or not,” Kobakhidze said, according to the Georgian news Channel 1.

He said Georgians should “make a decision” themselves on whether they agree with officials in Kiev or their own government, which opposes such a move.

“If people want it, we can discuss it together later,” the politician said.

Ru-Main, 14.09.2022
Source: RT 

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