Saakashvili: It is in Ukraine’s interest to remove Georgia’s pro-Russian government

The head of the executive committee of the Ukrainian National Council of Reforms, Mikheil Saakashvili, believes that the change of the current pro-Russian government of Georgia will be beneficial for Ukraine.

“I believe that it is in the interests of Ukraine and the Ukrainian people to remove the pro-Russian government of Georgia. But that’s my personal opinion. I do not express the opinion of the president or others on this issue, because I am not an official civil servant of Ukraine,” he said in a commentary to Interfax-Ukraine, stressing that this is his personal position.

Saakashvili also noted that no one can prevent a Georgian from being Georgian, even if he has a Ukrainian passport and is a patriot of Ukraine.

Earlier, Mikheil Saakashvili, the former president of Georgia and head of the Reform Committee, said in a video message that “the Georgian government is completely illegitimate.”

The Georgian Foreign Ministry summoned Ukrainian Ambassador Igor Dolgov for a conversation in connection with Saakashvili’s statements.

(c) UAWire

4 comments

  • “I believe that it is in the interests of Ukraine and the Ukrainian people to remove the pro-Russian government of Georgia.”

    Have to agree with him, but first remove pro Russians in the Ukrainian government.

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    • Georgia Dream seemed at first to be a patriotic party, but it very quickly showed its true colours. Zel is playing the Georgia Dream role and Kolomoiskiy is providing the Ivanishvili role, to complete the analogy.
      Can Ukraine withstand another 4 years of creeping putinism?

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      • Look at Bulgaria. Ukraine may go the same way. I hope this fall ukrainians will vote all trash out of the Rada so Petro and Yulia have a majority to block further BS. Sadly Pro Life could go into a coalition with Zenny and spoil it.

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  • DRAIN THE SWAMP IN KYIV FIRST.

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