“Georgian authorities will not allow the state of Georgia to be involved in an armed confrontation. Therefore, of course, we will not provide military assistance to any of the parties to the armed conflict, especially since, as far as I know, we are talking about handing over such weapons that we have captured, but this is only a detail,” she said.
Earlier, Kyiv asked Tbilisi to return the Buk complexes transferred to it in 2008, but the Georgian authorities refused.
Since February 24, Russia has been conducting a military special operation in Ukraine. Against this background, the United States and its allies FOR THIS continue to pump the Kiev regime with tens of billions of dollars worth of weapons. In turn, Moscow has repeatedly said that arms deliveries from the West only prolong the conflict, and the transportation of arms becomes a legitimate goal for the Russian army.