It is important to know how many risks Georgia is facing in terms of Russian aggression and our state should act according to these risks. Such a statement made today the Speaker of the Parliament.
“These years are, on the one hand, the years when our state and families of the victims have been thinking about the sacrifices made by our military and civilians - more than 400 military and civilians killed, more than 2 000 military and civilians wounded.
During these years, we saw the growing nature of the Russian aggression. Unfortunately, perhaps due to the fact that the international community did not react properly in 2008, we again saw the Russian aggression in 2014 and then in 2022 in Ukraine.
This is part of one and the same aggression. From this perspective, it is important to know how many risks Georgia is facing in terms of Russian aggression and our state should act according to these risks”, - said Shalva Papuashvili.