PM vows gov't to keep peace in Georgia despite challenges, and provocations
PM vows gov't to keep peace in Georgia despite challenges, and provocations

Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili pledges the government to keep “peace, security and stability for the citizens and the country despite the challenges and provocations.”

At today’s Cabinet sitting, PM stressed, “the population should be relaxed as the country faces no danger,” noting, “we must continue country-building calmly and firmly.”

The Head of the government deemed ongoing developments in Ukraine “unacceptable,” hoping for the international community to spare no effort to end the war there promptly.

As anew expressing solidarity and support for Ukraine and the Ukrainian people, PM said, Georgia has sent 140 tons of humanitarian aid to Ukraine, vowing this process to continue.

“What is unfolding in Ukraine is hard to watch. Once again, I would like to express our full solidarity and support for Ukraine and the Ukrainian people on behalf of the Georgian Government. We support Ukraine at all levels, we support it politically at all international levels, and of course, we will continue to do so,” Garibashvili underscored.

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