Georgia has not decided on its position on Iran
Tbilisi cannot say exactly what position will take in the case of U.S. attack on Iran, the chairman of the Georgian Parliament David Bakradze said, according to "Georgia News".
"I can tell you that we're not talking about it, there also wasn't discussion of this issue during the meetings during the President's visit to the United States. No one may respond specifically, including me, what might happen if the conflict will begin, and if the UN would take the appropriate resolution of this conflict. But I repeat that there's no talkings on this issu", Bakradze said.
Note that on the eve, the deputy secretary of the National Security Council of Georgia Batu Kutelia stated that if the UN would adopt a resolution for military intervention in the conflict, Georgia "will take on certain responsibilities" as a member of the UN. "But it would be better if we can avoid a crisis", Kutelia added.
Yesterday, U.S. President Barack Obama said he intended to resolve the Iranian nuclear issue through diplomatic means, but he did not rule out other options.
"Any additional activity in the Persian Gulf would be devastating and would have a big impact on us. It would also have a large impact on the oil prices. Our troops are still in Afghanistan, bordering Iran. Therefore, we prefer a diplomatic way to resolve the issue", he said.