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Parade in Georgia started with a minute of silence2010-05-26 12:02
A military parade in the day of Independency of Georgia started with a minute of silence - Georgia Times correspondent.gt-en-newsitem-inside
This minute was aimed to commemorate the deceased Lech Kaczynski and his spouse.
The parade is attended by Kaczynski family members and the envoy of the acting President of Poland.
Then the commander of the parade reported to the Commander-in-Chief Mikheil Saakashvili, the national anthem of Georgia was sung by Mariam Kakhelishvili, one of the young participants of Nichiyeri project.
The President of Georgia voiced a speech, stating the importance of the day in the history of the country, and saying that Georgia has been struggling for independency for all its history and will never renounce it.
"There are few peoples in the world who have been struggling for the independency so hard. Our generations have a great privilege: we live in the times when Georgia gained independency. Our main task now is preservation of independency and creating guarantees of its persistency," he said before the parade.