Assessing Arestovich’s words about Georgia, Samkharadze mentioned the possible presence of “some kind of psychiatric problem.”
“Judging by Arestovich’s statements, we are dealing with a serious, if not legal, then in general problem. Arestovich says that it turns out that Ukraine in Georgia should carry out force projection or intervention. I don’t know how it came to his mind.
If someone understands international relations, and Arestovich should, then talking about it so openly, even if you think like that, is at least not even ignorance. I don’t mean to be harsh, but then maybe we’re dealing with some sort of psychiatric problem. Based on this, it does not matter in what form the aggression of one country against another is carried out.
Now, with this statement, Arestovich promises that it turns out that Ukraine will carry out aggression against Georgia. It’s incredible, I think we’re in the theater of the absurd. I propose to stop listening to the nonsense of Arestovich and Podolyak and it’s no longer worth commenting on this, they are so out of touch with reality and truth, ”said Samkharadze.
The head of the parliamentary committee on foreign affairs also added that he knew in advance that the chairman of the Rada, Ruslan Stefanchuk, would assess Arestovich’s statement as frivolous.
“On Monday, a parliamentary delegation led by Shalva Papuashvili will leave for Zagreb, for the Crimean Platform, which, as you know, is a platform for supporting Ukraine. We will have a meeting with Rada Chairman Stefanchuk and we will raise this issue. But I know in advance what kind of answer we will get: This is a frivolous statement of a frivolous person, and therefore do not take it seriously,” Samkharadze said.
What did Arestovich say?
In an interview on October 1 on the YouTube channel ALFA-MEDIA, Advisor to the Presidential Administration of Ukraine Oleksiy Arestovich spoke about the role of Ukraine in the new world agenda.
Program host Yuri Romanenko voiced the opinion that Russia was preparing to annex all of Georgia and wondered if the significantly increased number of Russians in Georgia would be used to “blow up the situation from within”.
Arestovich called the mass influx of Russian citizens into Georgia a “catastrophe”, and the country’s government “pro-Russian, which is unable to make decisions that destroyed everything that Saakashvili created.”
“We will project force there, we will have to save the Georgians. Save Moldova, Armenia. Save everyone. This is a good story, because for a million of our boys and girls who won back, there will always be work in the near future in the post-Soviet space,” he said, adding that he means “peacekeepers, stabilization operations, a humanitarian operation.”