The Georgian authorities may open a "second front" against Russia. However, before that, the authorities intend to organize a referendum on this issue.
This was stated by the head of the "Georgian Places" party, Iraklii Kobakhidze, "Caucasian Node" reports.
"We can hold a referendum and ask the population whether they want the opening of a second front in Georgia. We can follow what the people say. Let the population decide whether they agree with the high-ranking officials of Ukraine or with our position on the rejection of the second front." , - he declared.
It will be recalled that since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, Georgia has taken a neutral position. In particular, Tbilisi refused to introduce sanctions against Russia. In addition, according to Ukrainian intelligence, Georgian business helps Russians circumvent restrictions.
In addition, Prime Minister of Georgia Iraklii Garibashvili stated that Georgia has no intention to fight with the Russian Federation and open a so-called "second front".