Christian Democratic Party urges for erecting monument to writer in Tbilisi
Representatives of the Christian Democratic Party urge for erecting a monument to famous Georgian writer Alexander Kazbegi. The party members held Thursday a protest rally in a park in Kazbegi Avenue (named after teh famous writer) of Tbilisi.
The rally participants said Alexander Kazbegi is the only Georgian writer, whose statue has not been installed in the Georgian capital.
The Christian Democrats also presented a model of Kazbegi`s possible monument at the rally and addressed the mayor`s office with a proposal of erecting the monument in the Red Garden of Tbilisi.
Representatives of teh Mayor`s Office said today a special council is supposed to discuss the Christian Democrats` demand only after receiving a relevant statement.
Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Gharibashvili has commented about the controversy around the Sakdrisi gold deposit and instructed the Minister of Culture to settle this dispute effectively as soon as possible.
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Administration of the Patriarch of Georgia has released a special statement on the situation in Ukraine, where the number of victims has increased up to twenty-eight during the past few days` clashes and strikes between the riot police and the demonstrators.
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