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Traffic on Rustaveli Avenue is stopped
11:16 24.05.2012
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In connection with the preparation processes of the events planned on May 26, movement of vehicle transport is stopped on Rustavali Avenue.

As the City Hall’s public relations department told “”, drivers can move through streets that are surrounding Rustaveli Avenue.

According to the information of the City Hall, the traffic restriction will be in force for three days.

In addition, we will recall you that due to the events planned in connection with the day of independence of Georgia, the Marjanishvili Square is blocked already two days.

On May 26, Nicoloz Rachveli and Sukhishvilebi are going to hold grand concert on the Agmashenebeli Square.

As for the Rustaveli Avenue, in the vicinity of the Parliament, the “Parade of Georgian Industries – Made in Georgia” will be held for the first time. On the exhibition more than 250 companies will present products made in Georgia.

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