Georgian Parliament Vice-Speaker: Ambassadors voice represented countries, not personal views
Georgian Parliament Vice-Speaker: Ambassadors voice represented countries, not personal views

“The Ambassadors voice the position of the countries they represent and not their personal views. Referring to Ambassadors the captive traders is clearly unacceptable and in no way contributes to the negotiation process,” the Vice-Speaker of the Georgian Parliament, David Sergeenko, declared.

Sergeenko hopes that the criticism of the ambassadors from part of the opposition is strange to hear.

“Hopefully, such criticism of the ambassadors of our strategic partner countries is really strange to hear from part of the opposition. Ambassadors voice the position of those countries and not their personal views. Referring to the Ambassadors the captive traders is clearly unacceptable and in no way contributes to the negotiation process,” said David Sergeenko.

Nika Gvaramia, the former First Deputy Prosecutor General and the founder of Mtavari TV, has been referring the ambassadors accredited to Georgia in a negative context for the last few days.

Gvaramia states that ’this government will definitely be overthrown and these ambassadors will apologize for their anti-Georgian behaviour’.

At the same time, Nika Gvaramia said he “periodically, takes a stub in the back from Ambassador Degnan, whose deputy says that Giorgi Rurua is the commander of an armed gang.”

According to Gvaramia, “the behaviour of Hartzell and Degnan involved in the trade of captives and exchange captives in the interests of the Georgian Dream, is detrimental to the West.”

Nika Gvaramia also stated that “it is not Kelly Degnan’s business, what position Mikheil Saakashvili will be appointed; as the matter concerns Mikheil Saakashvili, who was on a direct line with the US President as his equal.”

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