March 9 – BLiTZ. In the capital of Georgia, Tbilisi, protests against the adoption of the law on foreign agents have resumed, which initially began on Monday, March 6. People came to the main square of Rustavi, where the parliament building is located with posters and flags of the European Union and their state, TASS reports.
Recall that the actions in Georgia began on Monday, March 6. People are protesting against the rejection of the new law on foreign agents, for the reason that it is similar to the Russian one. The main demands of the protesters were the abolition of the law, which will be one of the key reasons for the EU not to accept the country into its ranks.
Police used tear gas on protests against the law on foreign agents in Georgia March 8, 2023 at 23:29
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