On the 11th anniversary of the Russian-Georgian war, leaders of the Georgian Dream continue to insist that Georgia started the war. This time, Gia Volski, the leader of the ruling party and the Vice Speaker of the Parliament, makes the statement.
Members of the ruling team have not yet appeared at Mukhatgverdi Cemetery, where the dead in the August 2008 war are honored but Gia Volski responds to the 11th anniversary of the August war on social media.
Gia Volski"s 9-point indictment - so may be called the appeal of one of the leaders of the ruling party"s accusation that blames both the Georgian government and the third president, Mikheil Saakashvili, for the outbreak of war and its aftermath.
In the appeal of Gia Volski, we read the Georgian translation of Russian propaganda, in which the Georgian Dream argues that the Georgian side bombed the Georgian territory at the order of Russia.
"Those responsible for these results are still trying to maintain their positions in the political arena and even call for" anti-occupation "slogans. Unfortunately, they are also able to bring in people who do not remember these events:
1. The Saakashvili regime deliberately thwarted the peace plan approved by the partner countries;
2. Our country and its warriors were sacrificed ;
3.the Corpses of heroically killed boys on the battlefield were abandoned ;
4. Civilians were deliberately sacrificed and not evacuated from the zone of hostilities;
5. Until August 8, Russia"s involvement in the aggression was not recognized, the UN Security Council on emergency situations was not addressed;
6. The pre-designated, deserted area was bombarded at the order of Russia. this "operation" was filmed and the footage was distributed worldwide;
7. The aggressor was provided the basis for the invasion;
8. Remarkable Celebration of "Removing the Mask for the Enemy" was held at Rustaveli Avenue;
9. In the same year, he himself supported the resolution of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, stating that a large-scale war was triggered by the bombing, and Russia took retaliatory action, "Volski wrote.