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At an anti-Russian rally in Georgia, police officers were thrown with toilet paper.

Latest NewsAt an anti-Russian rally in Georgia, police officers were thrown with toilet paper.

The activists called the Georgian detachment in spіvpratsi z Putinim.

On Monday, June 7, on Rustaveli Avenue in Tbilisi, a mass demonstration was held, the participants of which called on the Georgian order to counter-practice with the Putin regime.

The Georgian television channel Pirveli tells about it.

Community activists arrived on the main street of the Georgian capital and gathered as soon as ordered, as if the police cordons were tightened. The stench hung three main vimogi:

establish a visa regime with Russia; fencing Russian ZMI near the country; close open spaces for Russian planes.

“It is too shameful that the Prime Minister of Ukraine [Денис Шмигаль] calling our prime minister [Іраклія Гарібашвілі] do not pay pennies, because for pennies the Russians are preparing to bomb and kill civilians, ”explained Giga Makarashvili, an activist with the Shame movement, the reason for the choice.

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Participants in the action paralyzed traffic on the avenue. Under the hour of protest, a low zatriman rose. Zakrema, the police caught some activists, who were calling the broken community order, stench fragments defiantly threw toilet papers in the bike office, pushing against the fear of the Georgian government.

The MVS riverside resident confirmed to the television channel that he was infected through these activists imitating police officers and throwing toilet paper at them.

Guessing, Georgia decided to come up with economic and financial sanctions against Russia.

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Source: tsn.ua

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