Chair of the opposition United National Movement (UNM) party, Levan Khabeishvili, welcomed the desire of David Arakhamia, the chair of the ruling Servant of the People party’s faction of the Ukrainian Rada, to assist Georgia.
According to Khabeishvili, David Arakhamia was an IDP from the occupied Abkhazia region of Georgia, and naturally and logically, he was concerned about Georgia’s future, which he never hid in his political activities.
“It is very important that David Arakhamia, an IDP from Abkhazia, wants to assist Georgia. We all know well that Georgia and Ukraine have a common enemy, Russia.
Russia is not the enemy of only two or three countries but of the civilized world and peace. Therefore, Georgia needs assistance from Arakhamia, a native Georgian, a displaced person from Abkhazia. I don’t know what specific decision he will make. Ask him,” said Levan Khabeishvili.
In a Facebook post, David Arakhamia, the chair of the ruling Servant of the People party’s faction of the Ukrainian Rada, vowed commitment to assist Georgia in “bridging the divide” on its path towards Europe.