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Russian songs banned in Georgian restaurants2011-01-28 12:48
Owners of the Georgian restaurants in Tbilisi have been ordered to stop executing Russian songs in their establishments.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to IA REGNUM, such information was published by Georgian newspaper Alia. According to the publication, such order was given to the owners of the city restaurants by Head of the Revenue Service of the Ministry of Finance Georgy Tskhakaya.
It is noted that in case the order is not fulfilled, owners of the Georgian entertainment facilities will be punished to the extent of dismissing the delinquents and closing the restaurant. Besides, Revenue Service of the Georgian Ministry of Finance especially underlined that this information should be secret.
"No one must know about it - neither the employees, nor the clients; you may tell them anything you want and give any kind of explanation but if you only try to sing a Russian song, you will be visited by tax administration and that will take your restaurant in charge", - the publication is citing Georgy Tskhakaya.
Let us remind you that films in Russian has also been prohibited in Georgia since recently. Since 1 January 2011, cinemas should screen movies either in original with subtitles, or translated into Georgian. The same terms concern the Georgian television.