Georgian PM: Every process seeking to take matters to street, like what we saw yesterday, must be - on our own initiative and that of our strategic partners - translated onto legal, political platform
Georgian PM: Every process seeking to take matters to street, like what we saw yesterday, must be - on our own initiative and that of our strategic partners - translated onto legal, political platform

“We are all, together and on a daily basis, working toward saving lives. We are counting each hospital bed, each ambulance crew in the country, and we are calculating where to dispatch each doctor. And challenges are even greater in the economic dimension,” Georgian Prime Minister, Giorgi Gakharia stated during today’s meeting of the Interagency Coordination Council.

According to the Head of Government, the Government, in dealing with all these issues, is trying further to enhance the quality of the country’s democratization.

“Ultimately, peace and democracy have no alternative, of course. Every process seeking to take matters to the street, like what we saw yesterday, must be-on our own initiative and that of our strategic partners-translated onto the legal and political platform as soon as possible. Negotiations have no alternative, something we and our strategic partners have always said, and we must remember that it is, among others, what our voters command us to do,” Gakharia emphasized.

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