Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili said that during his tour in the southwestern Adjara region said on Sunday the country didn't plan to impose sanctions on Russia.
“With this decision, our team and I are led by the national interests of our country, our people. Our country is occupied today, do not forget and take more responsibility towards our people," Sputnik Georgia cited him as saying.
The Georgian Prime Minister also vowed to “do everything” to avoid war in Georgia. "We want peace, stability and development, this is what our country needs today, no one needs war, and… any patriotic government must do everything to help the country and its people avoid the greatest calamity, the ordeal, which is war. I acting in this spirit, with this responsibility," he said.