PM on Azerbaijani media agency's article: Georgia won't have political problem - this was an inaccurate information published by media

According to PM Giorgi Gakharia, the allegation that Armenia has imported the launchers through Georgian transit is "inaccurate information published by media".

As Gakharia noted, the strategic partnership and brotherhood between Azerbaijan and Georgia aren't under danger.

"Naturally, Georgia won't have a political problem, because we are fully complying with obligations in accordance with international law. This is just inaccurate information published by media. It would have been noteworthy information only if it was a matter of discussion between our two countries. The strategic partnership and brotherhood between Azerbaijan and Georgia aren't under danger. It's impossible to imperil our top-grade relations", - stated Gakharia.

For the record, according to an Azerbaijani media agency, through the use of Georgian transit mortars have been transported to Armenia.

"Couple of days before the attack and as well as after the attack during the warfare, a large lot of mortars have been imported to Armenia from Serbia, through Georgian transit", - wrote Azerbaijani agency Haqqin. The article notes that the information was shared in social networks and as well as by military sources.

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