Use of force to restore territorial integrity is outside Georgia’s interests, said Davit Usupashvili, a member of the Lelo party.
Commenting on a statement by Aleksei Danilov, Secretary of the Ukrainian National Security and Defense Council, Usupashvili said that Georgia should act based on its state interests.
“It is no way in Georgia’s interests today to use force to restore its territorial integrity. It will bring no good either to Georgia or Ukraine. Therefore, we need to keep calm. We can understand a man trying to deter an enemy, bombing his country every day, by all means. Those people will also comprehend our standpoint if we demonstrate a firm position on who is the aggressor and the victim on different occasions and different platforms. We should listen to advice from outside but act based on our interests,” Davit Usupashvili said.
Aleksei Danilov, Secretary of the Ukrainian National Security and Defense Council, said on March 26 that Transdniestria and Georgia, being engaged in the return of their territories, would have helped Ukraine a lot. “The opening of additional fronts in the sphere of interests of the Russian Federation in the territories of other countries would greatly help Ukraine to fight the Russian attack,” he said.