“I want to express on behalf of the government our full solidarity and support for Ukraine and the Ukrainian people. We support Ukraine at all levels, we support it politically at all international levels, and of course, we will continue to do so,” Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili stated at a government meeting today.
He noted that as of today, 140 tons of humanitarian aid have been sent to Ukraine and this process will continue. Garibashvili added that the Georgian embassy is doing its best, the ambassador is in Ukraine. Primer Minister noted that this process will be fully controlled so that no Georgian citizen is left without support.
Garibashvili stressed that the war is categorically unacceptable. He expressed hope that the entire international community would do its best to end this war as soon as possible.
“Despite these challenges and provocations, we will maintain peace, security, and stability in the country for our citizens and the country. The population must be calm, we are not in any danger. We must continue to build the country so calmly and firmly,” Garibashvili said.