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Friday, March 24, 2023

The Georgian constabulary pursued demonstrators from Rustaveli Avenue, with a plethora of apprehensions in progress.

Law enforcement officers dispersed protesters against the adoption of the Foreign Agents Bill on Rustaveli Avenue in Tbilisi. Water cannons and tear gas were used. Massive detentions and arrests are reported.

The events are broadcast by local television channels.

For a long time, the special forces were located on the territory adjacent to the parliament on Rustaveli Avenue. Protesters threw rocks, bottles and other objects at security forces.

Around 5 a.m., the police began the final dispersal of the demonstrators on the central avenue of the capital.

At the same time, they detained citizens.

Security forces continue to advance towards the capital’s philharmonie. Protesters are retreating, their numbers dwindling after special forces moved in to disperse the action. Protesters attempted to build new barricades near Rustaveli metro station from benches and garbage cans.

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