Bomb scare derails Georgian parlimentary meeting
Georgia, Tbilisi, July 26 / Trend, N. Kirtzkhalia /
The Parliament of Georgia has postponed its meeting to Saturday, 16:00, in connection with an anonymous call reporting a bomb, chairman of the Georgian Parliament David Usupashvili said during a briefing on Friday.
According to him, there is no panic and people are quietly leaving the building.
"After a few minutes, everything will be complete; Parliament will be closed for the rest of the day," the speaker said.
It is highly unlikely that there is an actual bomb, Usupashvili said, but it was decided to employ caution and evacuate everyone.
The speaker expressed his is confidence that law enforcement will find who caused the disruption. He urged his colleagues to take into consideration the situation and sacrifice their Saturdays for the meeting.
On Friday at 16:00, an unidentified person called the Parliament of Georgia and said that a bomb was planted in the building.