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Ana Khanchaliani will sing the State Anthem on the military parade
10:49 26.05.2012
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In Kutaisi, on the military parade dedicated to the Independence Day of Georgia, Ana Khanchaliani will sing the State Anthem accompanied by the military band of the Ministry of Defence of Georgia. 

In addition, other various singers will perform songs on the Parade. Among the performers are: Niaz Diasamidze with a song "We Will Build the House", and Zumba, who will perform the song "Abkhazeto".  After that on the stage will appear the National ballet dancers dressed in military uniforms, who will dance a folk dance "Khorumi". 

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