Pro-Russian, homophobic and aggressive groups harm Georgia's European perspective, President says
Pro-Russian, homophobic and aggressive groups harm Georgia's European perspective, President says

A year has passed since the July 5 events, but today, the public is still waiting to bring the perpetrators to justice. Based on this reality, pro-Russian, violent, homophobic and aggressive groups grew strong. It happened in the country, 20% of the territory of which is occupied by Russia. It is totally unacceptable, Georgian President Salome Zourabichvili wrote on Facebook.

President believes that strengthening the pro-Russian, violent, homophobic and aggressive groups harms the country’s European perspective.

Keeping this in mind, Salome Zourabichvili says the state should observe the rule of law, effectively control such groups’ activities and identify their funding sources.

The far-right mob attacked fifty-three journalists during the July 5, 2021, anti-Tbilisi Pride rally in the Georgian capital.

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