Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze stated the cross that was put in front of the parliament will remain there until a new project has been implemented.
“We are waiting for a project to be finalized. We spoke with the Georgian Patriarchate to implement a certain project, one which includes immortalizing those souls of those killed during the April 9 tragedy. In general, on Rustaveli Avenue, this particular place remembers many hard days. Therefore, a project will be made so that we will never forget these days and these people. This cross will be in place until a new project is implemented,” Kaladze said.
The cross was erected on July 5 by violent and homophobic groups.
By Ketevan Skhirtladze