Georgia won't open the "second front" for Russia in South Ossetia even under the US pressure - Bibilov

Sat, 09/04/2022 - 11:43

South Ossetian President Anatoly Bibilov is confident that Georgia will not open a "second front" for Russia in South Ossetia, even under the US pressure, as this will cause serious problems for Tbilisi.

"I don't think that Georgia will succumb to the pressure that entails serious problems for Georgia itself. I see no reason why Georgia can open some kind of" second front, "he said in an interview with TASS, answering a relevant question. - It's, as they say, just shoot yourself in the foot and, in this case, maybe even in the head."

"There is nowhere to open a second front, because for Georgia itself it will turn out to be three fronts: the South Ossetian front, the Abkhazian front and the Russian front. I think that this is well understood," he explained.

On February 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin, in response to a request from the leaders of the Donbass republics for help, announced a special military operation in Ukraine, the goals of which are the demilitarization and denazification of the country. The DPR and the LPR launched the operation to liberate their territories, which were under the control of Kiev.

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