Tbilisi evaluated the speech of the Russian leader, decided not to impose restrictive measures in respect of Georgia.
Prime Minister of Georgia Mamuka Bakhtadze welcomes the decision of the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin not to introduce restrictive measures against Tbilisi, reports “Russian Dialogue“.
“Of course, this decision is welcome,” said he to the media.
According to the head of the Georgian government, barriers between the peoples should not be.
The President, in turn, does not consider it necessary to introduce restrictive measures against Georgia. According to him, he would not undertake anything that would complicate Russian-Georgian relations.
In a press-service of the head of the Russian government announced that the Cabinet saw the proposal of the lower house of Parliament, but will listen to the opinion of the President.
Restrictive measures could be the answer to a scandalous trick of the journalist of the Georgian TV channel “Rustavi 2” Giorgi Gabunia, which broadcast their transmission had insulted the Russian President.