It turns out that the vast majority of Churches refuse to participate in the synaxis of Orthodox primates convened by Patriarch Theophilos of Jerusalem in Amman.
This time the Georgian Orthodox Church refused to participate in the synaxis. In a letter sent by Patriarch Ilia to Patriarch Theophilos, the primate of the Georgian Orthodox Church made clear that since not all of the primates were going to participate, he did not intend to go to Amman.
While acknowledging the need for such a synaxis, Patriarch Ilia, nevertheless, stated that it should be carried out in accordance with canon law, hinting at the jurisdiction of the Patriarch of Jerusalem for its convocation.
The full letter sent by Patriarch of Georgia to Patriarch of Jerusalem