Georgia Celebrates Independence Day with Military Parade
Civil Georgia, Tbilisi / 26 May.'05 / 10:27

About 1,500 Georgian servicemen and dozens of armored vehicles will march on Tbilisi’s main Rustaveli Avenue on May 26 to mark the country’s Independence Day. This show of military forces by Georgia will be much smaller in size, than the previous parade held exactly a year ago and which was the largest-ever military parade in Georgia’s recent history.

President Saakashvili, who will attend the parade, said on May 25 that Georgia has much more military forces, than those used in military parade, but added that Georgia does not want to speak in the language of force.

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