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Saakashvili commemorated Independence Day of Georgia in Afghanistan2013-05-27 12:16
The current President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili commemorated the most important for any state holiday, Independence Day of the country, in Afghanistan, among the Georgian soldiers, the Vestnik Kavkaza reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Saakashvili addressed to the troops with a speech congratulating them on the Independence Day of Georgia and having shown his gratitude to them for their participation in ensuring global security.
As recalled by the Izvestia, the new Georgian government has decided to abandon the military parade on Independence Day of the country on May 26, and replace it with festivities. According to the Prime , Bidzina Ivanishvili, "demonstration of military force is now irrelevant," and Georgia is not a country that needs to demonstrate military power.
The Prime Minister emphasized that he had taken such a decision not alone but as a result of consultation with the members of the Cabinet and the political council of the "Georgian Dream."