The largest opposition United National Movement (UNM) party does not intend to submit an alternative resolution in support of Ukraine.
According to Tina Bokuchava, a member of the UNM, the resolution text drafted by the ruling team should be edited in such a way that it reflects Georgia’s interests and at the same time truly expresses solidarity with Ukraine.
“I can say unequivocally that we have considered the issue of an alternative text, however, at this stage we are not going to submit it, because we believe that this resolution should be edited so that it reflects the interests of our country and truly expresses solidarity with Ukraine. The meaningless text offered by the Georgian Dream, where the word Russia is not even mentioned, cannot serve any of these purposes,” Bokuchava said.
On January 26, the ruling Georgian Dream (GD) released a draft resolution in support of Ukraine. “Georgia decries any intention against territorial integrity of sovereign state,” GD resolution on Ukraine reads.