Georgia is reportedly ready to conduct a survey among the population about the opening of a second front with Russia, writes Russian outlet Ura News.
This was announced at a briefing by the chairman of the ruling party “Georgian Dream – Democratic Georgia” Irakli Kobakhidze.
“We can hold a plebiscite poll and ask the people if they want a second front to open in Georgia. We can follow what the people say,” Kobakhidze said.
He added that the Ukrainian authorities could not hide the desire to open a second front in Georgia and draw it into the conflict in Ukraine, Sputnik Georgia reports.
Earlier, the RT TV channel reported that border guards in Georgia do not allow Russians into the country.
On Febr. 24, Russia launched a special military operation aimed at the demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine.