Tbilisi, Georgia, Aug. 29
By Nana Kirtzkhalia - Trend:
Georgia is not going to take part in any fighting, Georgian Deputy Prime Minister and Energy Minister Kakha Kaladze said commenting on the recent developments in Ukraine.
"We are anxiously watching the developments there, and I believe the international community must do more to ensure the country's peace and stability. We, for our part, as a country, do everything possible to contribute to the normalization of situation in Ukraine," he said.
However, Kaladze stressed that Georgia is not planning any military equipment assistance.
"That information was news to me. Georgia is not going to participate in any fighting," he added.
Deputy PM also noted that countries friendly to Georgia tend not to engage in an open confrontation with Russia.
"And the recent statements testify to this - it turns out that Ukraine may join the Eurasian Union. We must not be used in the policies of large countries, because in the end we will be beaten," Kaladze stressed.
Edited by CN