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Days of Georgian Diaspora 2013 in Tbilisi2013-05-28 12:36
In Tbilisi, the project "Days of the Georgian Diaspora 2013" opened on the eve. These days the representatives of Diasporas from around the world gather in the capital of Georgia, the MIR 24 reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The project includes demonstration of films about immigration, meetings with creative groups, exhibitions of works by Georgian artists, as well as a gala concert with the participation of well-known compatriots who are working abroad.
The event was opened by the film of Georgian director Lexo Gelashvili "The Call of the Earth."
Minister for Diaspora Affairs Konstantin Surguladze noted that the Georgians living abroad were outstanding people. "The main objective of the project is just to show that such talented and successful people are part of our diaspora!" he stressed.
Recall, on the eve, Azerbaijani Culture Festival was held in the Georgian town of Bolnisi. The event was organized by the Azerbaijani cultural center with the support of the Ministry of Culture and Monument Protection of Georgia.
"Our peoples have paid in blood for the independence of their homeland. We are united by such dates as the 9th of April and 20th of January, and if not these dates, we would not have talked today about the independent states," said the Counsellor of the Embassy of Azerbaijan in Georgia Shovgi Mekhtizade.