Fund to support Georgian Legion fighting for Ukraine has been created in Tbilisi
A fund to support the volunteer Georgian Legion, which is fighting in Ukraine's Defense Forces, has been set up in Georgia. Anyone can support the soldiers
The Georgian agency Radio Svoboda reports.
It is noted that this fund will meet the needs of Georgian soldiers. Information about this will be published on the website georgianlegion.ge.
In addition, the platform will become the main source of information about the Georgian Legion.
Reference. The Georgian Legion has been fighting in Ukraine since 2014. It has about 1,300 soldiers and is subordinated to the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine. More than 50 Georgian soldiers have been killed in the fighting.
The founder and commander of the Georgian National Legion Mamuka Mamulashvili believes that even after the end of the full-scale war, Ukraine should be careful to prevent the spread of Russian narratives on its territory.