Georgian prime minister complained about Ukrainian "interference" and insulted Ukrainian politicians
The prime minister criticised Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenski for supporting protesters against the law on "foreign agents".
Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili has called Ukrainian politicians "dirty losers" and accused them of interfering in Georgia's internal affairs. He said this on the air of the Imedi channel.
He also criticised Zelensky for supporting the protesters against the law on "foreign agents".
When a person who is fighting, comes out and responds to a destructive action held by thousands of people here in Georgia, it's a direct proof that this person is involved, motivated to make something happen here. Klitschko came out, Feygin came out, some unknown people, Ukrainian politicians, Arahamia and some dirty losers came out and they say that they need a change, a coup, which is a direct interference in Georgian politics" - stated the Prime Minister of Georgia.
He called on the president of Ukraine to "look at your country and then interfere in the political life of Georgia.
The prime minister added that he wished Ukraine peace and the unification of the country.
But first take care of yourself and your country, and we will take care of our country. I want to say this to everyone, - said Garibashvili.
Importantly, Georgian President Salome Zurabishvili supported the protesters.
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