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Chris de Burgh sung to tourists in Batumi boulevard - rustavi2.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Thousands of tourists gathered around dancing fountains to listen to the singer. Mikheil Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, and Mihai Gimpu, the acting President of Moldova, also attended the show.
The Irish star pronounced the greeting in Georgia, and invited Georgian artists to the stage. His Woman in Red was Sofo Nijaradze. He didn't conceal his primary aim of the visit was meeting with local singers.
Several times De Burgh stepped down from the stage and danced. Among his partners in dance was Vera Kobalia, the Minister of Economy of Georgia.