The fundamental principle of the Georgian government is to avoid war and preserve peace, Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili said at the 78th session of the UN General Assembly, APA's Tbilisi correspondent reports.
He said that Georgia is ready to work with Azerbaijan and Armenia to bring lasting peace to the South Caucasus: "The fundamental principle of our government is to avoid war and preserve peace. Despite the challenges posed by our geographical position, we have managed to keep our people safe while supporting Ukraine and the international community with our prudent policy and close coordination with our partners. The Peaceful Neighborhood Initiative (launched) through my government. We are ready to work with our neighbors and friends from Armenia and Azerbaijan to finally bring lasting peace to the South Caucasus."