The ministry of foreign affairs of Ukraine has called on the former president of Georgia, the incumbent head of the Executive Committee on Reforms of Ukraine Mikheil Saakashvili to abstain from interfering into the internal affairs of Georgia, RT reported with reference to the MFA of Ukraine.
The warning is connected with Saakashvili’s statements in regard to the Ukrainian Ambassador to Georgia Igor Dolgov. In particular, the former president did not like the ambassador’s statement who called on the former president to abstain from the calls for protests in Georgia. Saakashvili called Dolgov “a corrupted official.”
“The accusations voiced in regard to the Ambassador of Ukraine to Georgia are groundless and are based on the emotions of the accuser,” the statement of the MFA said.
The Agency also called on the Ukrainian public figures to abstain from the appeals to disobedience rallies in Georgia.