Georgia will not be a “black hole” under any circumstances. We will always be on the bright side of history, said Irakli Kadagishvili, Chairman of the parliamentary Procedural Affairs and Rules Committee, when remarking the statement of French Ambassador to Georgia, Diego Colas.
Kadagishvili echoed the accusations of the opposition and noted that the conversation on this issue should end because it will harm the country.
“Some people talk about dangers that Russia may use Georgia, its open economy, to avoid sanctions. As Ambassador noted he hopes that this will not happen and that there is very close cooperation with our government in this regard. Naturally, Georgia will never be a “black hole”, we will always be on the bright side of history. No matter how much the internal opposition accuses us of seeking “black holes” to supply weapons to Putin in order to bomb the Ukrainians, I think we should end this absurdity in the Georgian media and society, because it is detrimental to the country,” Kadagishvili said.
French Ambassador to Georgia, Diego Colas, stated at the joint sitting of the Parliamentary Committees of Foreign Relations and European Integration: “We have high hopes and expectations that in such a complex environment, Georgia will carefully try not to become a “black hole” for doing business.”