President criticized Garibashvili

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Georgian President Salome Zurabishvili commented on Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili's speech in parliament. informs that Zurabishvili said that the Prime Minister's speech meant sending negative thoughts to Europe.

According to him, a large part of our society took to the streets and proved that we are Europeans, regardless of age and political views:

"In Europe, it is very important what steps we take now to advance our cause and achieve a positive result. On the one hand, our people are doing everything to have their say. A large part of our society took to the streets and sent a message to Russia. We are all Europeans. What we saw really embodied the free will of our people. I am very worried about what I heard in parliament today. What I saw in parliament is a reflection of what our society has shown us. The prime minister's speech was added. His speech was a call that could be sent to Brussels in a negative light."

2022.06.22 / 23:34
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