“Russia needs to learn where its borders are” – Georgian President Salome Zourabichvili

4 April, 04:22 PM
Salome Zourabichvili (Photo:president.ge)

Salome Zourabichvili (Photo:president.ge)

Ukrainians are fighting for a European future, said Georgian President Salome Zourabichvili said at a meeting to support Ukraine’s fight for freedom in Vilnius, her official website reported on April 3. 

“Lithuania is one of the countries, like Ukraine and Georgia, that know what Russian occupation and aggression mean,” said Zourabichvili.

“Many people in Europe repeat that you (Ukrainians) are fighting for our future and our freedom, but from our own experience, we know that you are fighting for our freedom and European future.”

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She said that Georgia and Ukraine will be together in Europe in the future, and this will happen thanks to the “exceptionally brave struggle of your (Ukrainian) soldiers and your citizens who together carry out this outstanding resistance.”

Earlier, the Georgian leader called for the inclusion of a provision on the retention of the occupied regions of South Ossetia and Abkhazia in the peace agreements, in the event of Russia’s defeat in the war against Ukraine.

She said, “Russia needs to learn where its borders are. The issue of Georgia must be on the table because no one should think that this war can be resolved without Russia’s withdrawal from all occupied territories in the region.”

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