Georgia has high authority on a European and global scale, taking into account its territory, history, and traditions, and could successfully facilitate between Azerbaijan and Armenia, said Gia Volski, First Vice Speaker of the Georgian parliament.
Gia Volski stressed the significance of peace in the South Caucasus region.
“The key thing is that these two countries and their leaders wanted to use Georgia’s resources in this capacity. This resource is incomparably high, and its use would be successful if decided. There should be peace in the South Caucasus. Our families need peace,” he said.
At a joint briefing held on October 8, President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev praised the Georgian PM, Irakli Garibashvili, for offering a facilitator role in peace discussions with Armenia.