It is a pity that the occupation of Georgia was not mentioned - Hamilton on the Baden / Putin summit


British political commentator Daniel Hamilton responded to the Biden/Putin's meeting with "Mtavari Channel". According to him, it is unfortunate that the occupation of Georgia by Russia was not on the agenda.

Hamilton says Georgia's international partners should put pressure on the United States to return the Georgian issue to the international agenda.

"I think it is very unfortunate that the occupation of Georgia, in particular Abkhazia and South Ossetia, was not mentioned at the summit. To raise the issue of Georgia at the international level.

I think it is the duty of Georgia's friendly countries, including my country, the United Kingdom, to put pressure on the President of the United States and the State Department to make Georgia one of the top issues.

"Joe Biden has been a friend of Georgia for many years and he has always spoken out loud about the problems in the Caucasus region. I hope he will continue to put pressure on Russia to withdraw its armed forces from Georgian territory," said Daniel Hamilton.

The Biden-Putin meeting was held in Geneva yesterday, June 16. The sides discussed US-Russian relations, as well as Ukraine and Belarus. After the meeting, the Presidents of the United States and Russia held a separate press conference, the issue of Georgia was not mentioned by either side.