Ukraine is Telling Georgia to Open a Second Front Against Russian Armed Forces and Start Seizing Territories Lost to Russia in 2008
By ASB Military News
Ukraine is telling Georgia to open a second front against Russian Armed Forces and start seizing territories lost to Russia in 2008 —
Georgia would consider opening a ‘second front’ against Russia, but only if its people support the idea in a referendum, an MP and head of the leading parliamentary force – the ‘Georgian Dream’ Party – said on Tuesday.
Irakli Kobakhidze was commenting on statements made by some Ukrainian officials in recent months, who had called on Tbilisi to join its fight against Russia.
“We can hold a referendum, a plebiscite on whether people want to open a second front [against Russia] in Georgia or not,” Kobakhidze said, according to the Georgian news Channel 1.
He said Georgians should “make a decision” themselves on whether they agree with officials in Kiev or their own government, which opposes such a move, he added.