Ukraine (bbabo.net), - Georgia will not allow itself to be drawn into a military conflict. This, according to Sputnik Georgia, was stated by Deputy Prime Minister Teya Tsulukiani, explaining Tbilisi's refusal of military assistance to Kyiv.
Earlier, Chargé d'Affaires of Ukraine in Georgia, Andrei Kasyanov, wrote in an article for European Pravda that Kyiv asked Tbilisi to return the Buk complexes transferred in 2008 and Javelin received from the United States, but he refused. The Georgian Defense Ministry responded by explaining that it bought the Buk systems in 2007 for several million dollars.
“There is only one answer - the Georgian authorities will not allow the state of Georgia to be involved in a military confrontation. Therefore, we will not provide military assistance, of course, to any of the parties to the military conflict, especially since, as far as I know, we are talking about the transfer of such weapons that we have acquired, but this is just a detail, ”Tsulukiani said on the air of the First channel".