Girl with headphones – “My health problems won’t stop me”
25 June, 2019
Mako Gomuri, a girl who lost her eye during the events taken place on the 20-21st of June was released from the hospital yesterday. Leaving the hospital, the girl was met with a group of people supporting, encouraging and praising her for the bravery she has shown these days.

“I stay strong and want to show it to you as well. I will not stop fighting because of my health issues. I will fight till the end to take my little
eye back.”

The Head of the Regional Management Service of the Governmental Administration, Sozar Subari has stated that the government will spare no efforts and expenses in the recovery of the injured people in the hospitals of Georgia as well as abroad.
Angered by the presence of Sergei Gavrilov in Georgia, the citizens gathered at the Parliament building in Tbilisi to protest Russian occupation in Georgia on the 20th of June. Protesters demanded the resignation of the Chairperson of the Parliament Irakli Kobakhidze. During the demonstration on the 20th of June, a small group of protesters was said to be encouraged by a number of opposition leaders to storm the Parliament building. Police used tear gas, rubber bullets and water cannon to stop protesters entering the country’s parliament. Dozens of Injured police officers, civilians and journalists were taken to the hospital. Law enforcers detained over 300 protesters. On the 21st of June, Irakli Kobakhidze resigned.

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