Sergey Lavrov: Georgia is under pressure from the West to join sanctions against Russia, but the Government has the courage to say that they will be guided by their own interests, which deserves praise

We see that Georgia, like other countries of the world, is under pressure from the West, which openly and shamelessly demands to join the sanctions against Russia. This small country and its Government have the courage to say that they will be guided by their own interests, economic interests, this deserves praise, - the Russian Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov, said in response to the question of the Alt-Info journalist at the press conference in Moscow.

According to Lavrov, he is happy that people-to-people contacts are actively developing with Georgia.

"I am happy to see that the people-to-people contacts with Georgia is actively developing on a personal level. Last year, Georgia's GDP increased by 10%, largely due to tourism and trade relations with Russia. I hope that we will be able to restore direct air traffic very soon", Lavrov said.

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