Demonstrators bring large flags of Georgia and EU on Rustaveli Avenue

Large flags of Georgia and the European Union have been brought on Rustaveli Avenue in front of the Parliament building, where the rally Home to Europe is about to start.

Citizens are already gathering on Rustaveli Avenue.

Police are mobilized on the spot. Traffic is blocked.

The rally Home to Europe will open with the Georgian national anthem in a few minutes.

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