According to Zurab Abashidze, the Special Representative of the Georgian Prime Minister on relations with Russia, Georgian hasn’t supported the EU countries in respect of any sanctions imposed against Russia.
"In June of last year the Council of the European Union in connection with the events in the Ukraine imposed 12 different sanctions against Russia. on June 23rd of last year Georgia supported one of the sanctions on the export of products to Sevastopol and Crimea. On July 19th of this year the Council of the European Union extended the sanctions for another year. Georgia don’t discuss any new decisions in respect of this issue, Interfax cites him.