A ceremony will be held to reveal a memorial plaque in an old part of Tbilisi, Georgia, where an avenue named after the ex-Azerbaijani President Heydar Aliyev is to open, Trend reports.
Koba Subeliani, the Head of Municipals Improvements informed a Trend Correspondent in Tbilisi that, the memorial plaque will be placed at the beginning of the avenue. The opening ceremony is scheduled for the Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev's forthcoming visit to Georgia in February 7th.
A decision on naming an avenue in Tbilisi after Heydar Aliyev was taken by the city authorities of Tbilisi. Mr Subeliani said that inscription on the memorial plaque will be engraved in Georgian and English. The length of the avenue is 4km.