Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili says that unless a man admits to his crime and 'everything is shown as it is,' national reconciliation will be immensely hard to achieve.
''Polarisation levels are high, and we do not need this; this is not in our interests. However, we should first pose the essential question: who creates polarisation? We? Certainly not. This destructive force creates it.
Everyone will be held accountable. Everyone will pay the price. We will be delighted if anyone admits to their misdeeds, alters their policy, forgets radicalism and revenge. However, honestly, I deem this process impossible to run smoothly as I can see this man's actions. In my view, this will be hard to do. However, I will be delighted only, if my words prove wrong. I wish success to the initiator of this process,'' Irakli Gharibashvili declared.