Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili said that the war launched by Russia against Ukraine on February 24 has caused a major disruption in the global system.
This came in a speech he delivered during his participation, Monday, in a conference of ambassadors of Georgia in the capital, Tbilisi.
Garibashvili explained that the Russian war against Ukraine is not based on any legal document, and that it has caused great problems in the world.
He added that the war between Russia and Ukraine threatens the security of the entire region, expressing his hope that the war will end as soon as possible.
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He emphasized that Georgia firmly supports Ukraine’s territorial integrity and sovereignty.
Since February 24, Russia has launched a military attack on its neighbor Ukraine, which has affected the food and energy sectors worldwide, and prompted many capitals to impose economic, financial and diplomatic sanctions on Moscow.