Gakharia after resignation: confrontation, rivalry in Georgia endanger democratic, economic development

Giorgi Gakharia said he hopes his step will help 'reduce polarisation and deescalate the situation' in the country. Photo: PM's press office, 18 Feb 2021 - 20:26, Tbilisi,Georgia

Former Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia, who resigned earlier today amid a disagreement with the ruling Georgian Dream party over the detention of opposition leader Nika Melia’s detention, said ‘confrontation and rivalry’ in Georgia endanger its future democratic and economic development.