Recently information was spreading across the internet regarding Georgia blocking off and impeding fuel transportation to war-struck Armenia and also not letting humanitarian aid to pass through to the country that is in midst of severely escalated conflict with Azerbaijan. On October 6 the Facebook page of the Embassy of Armenia in Georgia posted declining the allegations saying “does not correspond to reality.” The announcement publicized by the embassy said, “There are no problems with the transportation of fuel and humanitarian aid.”
Announcement further notes that embassy is in continuous contact with the Georgian authorities.
Speculation circulating on the internet that Georgia is hindering fuel imports and refusing to allow through humanitarian aid to Armenia do not correspond to reality. There is no problem with either fuel or humanitarian aid transport.Embassy of Armenia in Georgia
“If there are any problems regarding transit through the territory of Georgia, we request you to address the Embassy of the Republic of Armenia in Georgia for the fast solution. We also appeal to you not to spread disinformation as it directly damages interests of the Republic of Armenia,” said the announcement.