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Doctors Raise National Flag in Kutaisi

After raising the flag in Gori, the President of Georgia, H.E. Giorgi Margvelashvili visited Kutaisi, where doctors have hoisted the flag in the yard of the West Georgia Medical Center. The state anthem has been performed by ensemble Kutaisi.
Along with the President, the event has also been attended by Head of Administration of the President Mr. Giorgi Abashishvili, Secretary of National Security Council Mr. Davit Rakviashvili, Parliamentary Secretary of the President Ms. Ana Natsvlishvili, and Advisor to the President for Foreign Affairs Mr. Tengiz Pkhaladze.
The President has presented participants of the ceremony, medical staff and representative of the political party Free Georgia, Mr. Gogi Tsulaia with the state flags, prepared on the occasion of the Flag Day. 
The Flag Day celebration has begun this morning at the Presidential Palace, where President Margvelashvili, together with the children of Georgian national heroes Giorgi Antsukhelidze and Zaza Damenia, have raised the specimen flag that was created by the President several years ago.
The ceremony has also been held in Kakheti, Ujarma Fortress where lifeguards have raised the flag and in Bebris Fortress, Mtskheta where weightlifter Lasha Talakhadze and Georgian athletes have elevated the flag.
The President has also visited the National Defense Academy in Gori, where cadets have hoisted the flag and the military orchestra of Georgian Armed Forces performed the national anthem. President Margvelashvili has addressed cadets and participants of the event, congratulated Georgia on the Flag Day and underscored the significance of the national flag as the symbol of spiritual strength and bravery that unites the state and people.
The President will end the tour in Senaki, where teachers will elevate the flag in the yard of the Seventh Public School of Abkhazia, which is named after Corporal Temur Bokuchava, who died in Russo-Georgian war of August 2008. Ensemble Senaki will perform the state anthem.
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