Political scientist Starikov explained the reasons for Tbilisi’s refusal to open a second front against Russia

This is how he responded to the recent statement of the Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Garibashvili, who said that the Ukrainian authorities called on his country’s opposition to open a second front against Russia. At a press conference, he stressed that he was quoting what was said by representatives of Kyiv, and noted that if the allies of the Ukrainian side led Georgia, the state would become a testing ground. According to Starikov, this characterizes official Tbilisi in a good way.


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