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Joint Statement of the Embassies of Austria, Bulgaria, Estonia, the European Union Monitoring Mission, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, UN system in Georgia, the United States, and the EU Delegation to Georgia concerning violence in Tbilisi

 

We condemn today’s violent attacks on the civic activists, community members and journalists, as well as the failure of the government leaders and religious officials to condemn this violence.  Participation in peaceful gatherings is a human right guaranteed by Georgia’s Constitution.  Violence is simply unacceptable and cannot be excused.  Those who incite or threaten violence or commit violent acts are interfering with the efforts of Georgia’s law enforcement professionals to uphold a safe and secure environment.  They should be prosecuted to the full extent of the law.   We call on all Georgia’s leaders and law enforcement to act swiftly to protect those exercising their Constitutional rights to freedom of expression and assembly, to protect journalists exercising freedom of the press, and to publicly condemn violence.

By  | 5 July, 2021 |

Joint Statement on violence in Tbilisi | U.S. Embassy in Georgia (usembassy.gov)

Violence by hate groups grips Tbilisi | Eurasianet

Georgia: The authorities’ failure to protect Tbilisi Pride once again encourages violence | Amnesty International

openDemocracy 50.50 on Twitter: "LGBT rights activists cancelled Georgia’s Pride march on Monday after violence by mobs opposed to the parade led to widespread attacks on journalists, activists and innocent passers-by. Written story by @InnaLaz. Video by @lingelien #TbilisiPride2021 https://t.co/GJWR8sxOfPhttps://t.co/HSiAslwP9t" / Twitter

Tbilisi Pride march cancelled after far-right attack on headquarters | Georgia | The Guardian

Georgia: Tbilisi Pride cancelled amid violent protests - BBC News

Onnik J. Krikorian (@onewmphoto) / Twitter

 

 

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