Sunday, 3rd June 2018

The incidents began on Friday with a fight involving up to 15 persons. On Saturday protestors gathered demanding that perpetrators of the incident are punished. Some of the protestors later met with Bako Sahakyan, the president of NKR, who promised a full investigation.

Saturday, 2nd June 2018

The Mayor of Tbilisi told journalists "In Georgia, everyone has the right to speak freely, everyone can express their views, but the forces that seek to destabilize the situation and fuel protests, should know that we will not let anyone do that"

Friday, 1st June 2018

Protestors in Tbilisi are calling for the resignation of the Prime Minister and his government amid accustations of a cover up in the case of the murder of two teenagers in Tbilisi last December.