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Profanation of the monument to Rustaveli in Jerusalem will be discussed in Georgian parliament2010-04-20 12:15
The issue of damaging the bust to Shota Rustaveli in Jeursalem will be discussed today at the plenary meeting of the Georgian parliament, GeorgiaTimes correspondent in Tbilisi reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
A report on the matter will be submitted by Deputy Foreign Minister David Dzhalagania. Chairman of the parliamentary Foreign Relations Committee Akakiy Minashvili believes that this fact requires an urgent response.
"We are going to appeal to the relevant committee of the Israeli legislative body", - Minashvili stated. He also expressed hope that the fact of damaging the bust to Shota Rustaveli will be duly investigated, while the guilty will be punished accordingly.
Yesterday, David Dzhalagania reported that the Georgian Foreign Minister has already undertaken a number of measures and sent a note to the Israeli foreign administration, as well as to the country's MIA and the Mayor of Jerusalem.