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23 years have passed since the 9 April tragedy
12:59 09.04.2012
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23 years have passed since the 9 April tragedy in 1989.

On April 9 of 1989 year, at dawn, the Soviet Union’s armed forces raided the peaceful demonstration in the center of Tbilisi, Rustaveli Avenue, at the building of the parliament. The incident had victims.

As a result of this raid 21 persons have died and thousands of citizens were poisoned with a gas of unknown composition. 

We will recall you that on April 9, 1991 the Supreme Council of that time declared the mentioned date as Independence Day of Georgian. 

აღდგომის დღეებში, სასწრაფო სამედიცინო დახმარების ცენტრში 6290 გამოძახება დაფიქსირდა
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