Salome Zurabishvili, presenting the annual report to the Parliament, stated that European recommendations are not foreign, on the contrary, they are an echo of the country’s traditional values.
“What is the difference between depolarization and our centuries-old tolerance? What is the difference between the European request for judicial reform and our tradition of justice-based Georgian law that is rooted in us? What are the difference between gender equality and our historically protected legal rights of women (before many other countries) and respect for women? No matter how much you try and spread these conspiracy theories of the second front, the Georgian people know very well that the idea of creating the European Union serves peace and not war,” the president said.
She added that the European Union in Georgia directly serves the country’s peace and peaceful development.