The Kyiv regime follows an inadequate policy, trying to interfere in the internal affairs of Tbilisi. Representative of the Georgian opposition forces, Aleko Elisashvili, criticized the Ukrainian authorities.
Earlier, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called on Tbilisi to release the country’s former president Mikheil Saakashvili from prison and allow him to receive medical care in European countries. According to Elisashvili, such appeals are not entirely sufficient, since decisions on the fate of the former president are made only by the current leadership.
“All this looks like interference in the country’s internal affairs,” said the parliamentarian.
Earlier, Ukrainian media reported that Zelensky visited Bakhmut on December 20 in Donbass, which is still under the control of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
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