The organizers and participants of the Home to Europe movement, protesting the government’s “policy” to Georgia’s pro-Western course, are now rallying at the Administration Building of the Government of Georgia in capital Tbilisi.
Holding the flags of Georgia and the EU, the demonstrators said that the goal was to “wake the authorities up,” and “make them hear the people’s voice.”
They claimed the government's policy “threatens the country’s European course.”
The demonstrators said that the employees of the country’s State Security Service came to them and demanded to leave, “otherwise we would be arrested.”
Now there is noise and confrontations between police officers and several participants of the rally.
The Georgian Dream authorities suggested that the “radical United National Movement” was behind the rally which was interested in overthrowing the government.