David O'Sullivan: Georgia does not join our sanctions and does not implement them, although Georgia is very serious about its commitment not to allow its territory to be used for circumvention of sanctions

Georgia does not join our sanctions, does not implement our sanctions, but Georgia does not allow its territory to be used for circumvention of sanctions, David O'Sullivan, EU Sanctions Envoy, stated at a briefing.

"I would be happy to say that there is not a single case of circumvention of sanctions anywhere. What I can say is that the measures that have been taken here [in Georgia] are a very strong guarantee that there will be no circumvention [of sanctions]…

For the reasons I have already mentioned, Georgia does not join our sanctions, does not implement our sanctions. However, what we have seen in the last two days is that Georgia is very serious about its commitment not to allow its territory to be used as a cover for sanctions, whether it is trade in goods, specifically 38 military goods or financial services," O'Sullivan said.

*The quotes in the article have been double-translated from Georgian and wordings may be inaccurate.

Levan Gurgenidze - Progressing Towards Transparent and Fair Elections in Pakistan: Mapping the Course for Democratic Advancement
Azerbaijan’s energy resources as one of the key elements of Europe’s energy diversification
George Katcharava - On the second anniversary of the war in Ukraine, there is no alternative to Georgia’s EU and NATO membership to ensure our national security and prosperity