Russia 'ready to destabilize half of Eurasia' – Georgian President
The war in Ukraine shows that Russia is ready to activate any of the frozen conflicts in its neighborhood in order to retain influence there, Georgian President Giorgi Margvelashvili said in an interview with EUObserver.
"It's ready to destabilize half of the Eurasian continent if need be," Margvelashvili said, according to EUObserver.
"It's not about predicting where the next problem will be. It's about creating an effective early warning system in the region," said the Georgian leader.
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