“We offer mediation to our brotherly states, our Azerbaijani and Armenian brothers,” said Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili, adding that a dialogue platform is to be established in Tbilisi.
“We set a really rare precedent in June when our country successfully conducted a peacekeeping operation through mediation, the release of 15 detained Armenian soldiers through negotiations and mediation, as well as handing over maps of territories mined by Armenia to Azerbaijan. There has not been a similar precedent for 30 years where Georgia mediated between two countries, our neighbors, and were able to do so successfully,” said Garibashvili.
The PM noted that his initiative is connected with the continuation of this process at a higher level, adding that he is offering this mediation platform to the Azerbaijanis and Armenians in Tbilisi.
By Ketevan Skhirtladze