Georgia, Tbilisi, Feb.6 /Trend N.Kirtzkhalia/
There is no question of Georgia's participation in possible Iranian-American War, Chairman of the Parliament David Bakradze has said.
The issue og the role of Georgia in a possible armed conflict between the U.S. and Iran, are only hypothetical, Bakradze said, commenting on the statements made by the Deputy Secretary of the National Security Council of Georgia Batu Kutelia.
"I can not confirm such kind of information. There is no question of that; the question also wasn't discussed during the visit of the President to the United States and not at the meeting between President Obama and Saakashvili.
'With regard to this hypothetical question - what would happen if the conflict begins, and if the UN votes on it - such questions usually aren't responded and I will answer neither. But I repeat again, there is no discussion about it," Bakradze concluded.
Earlier Batu Kutelia said, if the UN passes a resolution on Iran, Georgia will be required to execute it.