“Without unification, Georgia will not be the country we imagine – a strong, developed, European state,” said Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili in his Georgian Diaspora Day annual forum speech.
The Prime Minister spoke about what the Georgian government had been doing for the last 10 years, following the loss of territories, conflicts, and destabilization.
He stressed that the ruling Georgian Dream (GD) party managed to maintain peace and stability that is “fundamental” amid the hardest geopolitical situation and the threat of a nuclear war.
“In this contest, what a small country and the government of proud Georgian people should do? Our direct obligation is to think about rescuing the country, protecting citizens and ensuring their security. I think we manage that successfully and we will continue fulfilling this obligation.
We will not allow anyone to bring anxiety, disorder, or destabilization. There were many attempts, we know that well, but the country and our government, our team, managed to avert them and avoided our country’s involvement in this devastating war and conflict,” the PM said.