The administration of the President has published a statement noting that it is a pity that the representative of the President was not invited to attend the meeting of the National Security Council on February 28.
“Discussed issues, which include important world and regional security trends and, among them, “hostile actions in Ukraine,” challenges facing Georgia, ongoing processes in the occupied territories, or the review of the threat assessment document, in all cases, required the presence of the President’s representative at the Council.
It should be noted that the President has repeatedly raised the issue of convening the National Security Council. She also emphasized, in this format, the need to study the challenges of the entry of Russian citizens into Georgia, which did not lead to a response.
Given the challenges facing the country, it is difficult to understand why the representative of the Supreme Commander of the country was left out of these discussions,” the statement read.
On February 28, Irakli Garibashvili, Prime Minister of Georgia held and led a meeting of the National Security Council.