Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili has declared at today's government meeting that the entire international community will do its utmost to end this war as soon as possible. He has noted that what is happening in Ukraine is categorically unacceptable.
"War is categorically unacceptable to all of us. What is happening in Ukraine is categorically unacceptable. We all pray that the war and the tragedy that is happening will end as soon as possible. People are dying and of course this is a very sad fact. Once again, we hope that the entire international community will do its utmost to end this war as soon as possible," Garibashvili said.
At the same time, according to the head of government, 140 tons of humanitarian aid have already been sent to Ukraine and this assistance will continue in the future.
"In addition, I would like to tell the population that as of today, 140 tons of humanitarian aid have been sent to Ukraine to help Ukrainian citizens and of course this process will continue. We will send even more humanitarian aid to Ukraine", - Garibashvili said.
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