European Georgia's Sergi Kapanadze: Georgia bombed Tskhinvali, but not civilians
European Georgia's Sergi Kapanadze: Georgia bombed Tskhinvali, but not civilians

“Georgia did not bomb sleeping Tskhinvali, but military positions there. That is, Tskhinvali was bombed, but not civilians,” European Georgia opposition party member Sergi Kapanadze wrote on the social network.

According to him, cluster bombs were used against military facilities. At the same time, Kapanadze added that Georgia later joined the Oslo Convention, which prohibits the use of such weapons. Kapanadze insists that it does not mean that Georgia has started the war.

“I am watching a very funny process. Georgian Dream will do anything to make someone from the opposition say that Georgia started the war. They are such idiots – Mdinaradze and their second new speaker, that they are no longer interested in the facts.

Georgia did not bomb sleeping Tskhinvali, you idiots, but military positions there. That is, Tskhinvali was bombed but not civilians. Your President says this. Also, your patron Bidzina (Ivanishvili) and Russians. And cluster bombs were used against military facilities. In particular, M-85 bombs against military facilities. We later joined the Oslo Convention, which prohibits the use of such bombs,” Kapanadze wrote.

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