Protest action of Armenian veterans of Georgia dispersed in Tbilisi

PanARMENIAN.Net - The union of Armenian veterans of Georgia has condemned the dispersal of a protest action on January 3, 2011.

“This act of violence conflicts with democracy principles and defiles the memory of the people who gave their lives for the integrity of the country. We are hopeful that those guilty of breaking up a peaceful rally will be punished in the shortest terms,” the union of veterans said.

 Top stories
Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev arrived in Moscow on April 22 to hold talks with Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin.
Authorities said a total of 192 Azerbaijani troops were killed and 511 were wounded during Azerbaijan’s offensive.
In 2023, the Azerbaijani government will increase the country’s defense budget by more than 1.1 billion manats ($650 million).
The bill, published on Monday, is designed to "eliminate the shortcomings of an unreasonably broad interpretation of the key concept of "compatriot".
Partner news