Georgian president to mark Independence Day in Batumi, opposition – in centre of Tbilisi
Georgia, Tbilisi, May 26 / Trend , N.Kirtzkhalia/
The authorities made this decision due to the planned massive opposition protest action, which will be held today at the central stadium, and then on Rustaveli Avenue. Moreover, on April 9, opposition placed large cells in the avenue, which blocked traffic on it.
On May 26, the Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili inaugurated the Memorial of Glory died during the Russo-Georgian War in Tbilisi and left for Batumi. There will be several celebrations. The most important of them will be held in the new Batumi Boulevard in the evening on May 26.
The independence of Georgia was declared on May 26, 1917.
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