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Rehearsal of the military parade is in progress in Kutaisi
12:15 24.05.2012
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In Kutaisi, in front of the Parliament building, which is currently under construction, rehearsal of the military parade is in progress now. 

During the parade, vehicles manufactured in Georgia will appear too, including Lazika nad unmanned aerial vehicle. The Military parade will be finished with air forces.

We will recall you that on May 26, for celebrating the day of Independence of Georgia, the military parade will be held in front of the Parliament building in Kutaisi. 

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