“We offer you the chance to gather in Rike Park from Europe Square on June 16, all of us, to see each other and to show Europe ourselves, our unity,” Georgian President Salome Zurabishvili said at a briefing.
She noted that everyone should gather on June 16 as a sign that “we want Europe for our children, for the next generation.”
“There will be no speeches, no posters, no statements. If anyone can sing, they can sing. We will just stand to show that we want Europe for our children, for our future generation,” said Salome Zurabishvili.
At the same time, she called on the EU Ambassador and the ambassadors of the EU member states to join the June 16 event.
“We will all gather in Europe Square on June 16, at 7:00 pm, for one hour, no more is needed and you will not be bothered,” said the President.
At the same time, she called on the organizers of another rally, the Shame Movement, to cancel the demonstration scheduled for June 20 on Rustaveli Avenue, “to avoid any incidents,” to which the organizers publicly replied: “No and never!.”
By Ana Dumbadze