Ukraine: ‘Nobody is adding to the escalation except Putin,’ says Georgia’s Zurabishvili
01 March 2022 | 3:02 pm
Georgian President Salome Zourabichvili reacted to the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine. The Georgian leader said she was "not too convinced" by Russian President Vladimir Putin's assurances that he is willing to stop attacks on civilians and civilian infrastructure in Ukraine. Zourabichvili added that the only party that is escalating the war in Ukraine is Putin himself.
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