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Public Defender Wishes Merry Christmas to Parish of Georgian Orthodox Church 

The Orthodox Church celebrates Christmas on 7 January. The Public Defender of Georgia congratulates the Georgian Orthodox Church and its parish on this great holiday and wishes them peace, prosperity and health.

Public Defender Wishes Merry Christmas to Armenian Apostolic Church 

The Public Defender of Georgia congratulates the Armenian Apostolic Orthodox Church and its parish on Christmas and Epiphany. He wishes the 2017 to be a year of happiness, health and kindness.

Christmas Holiday 

Public Defender Ucha Nanuashvili congratulates all Christians in Georgia who celebrate Christmas according to the western calendar, on December 25, on the forthcoming holiday and wishes them kindness, peace, health and progress.

Hanukkah Holiday 

The Public Defender of Georgia congratulates the Jewish community of Georgia on the Hanukkah holiday, which began on December 24 and will last eight days. This is a holiday of renewal and victory of light over darkness. During these days, Jews lit a candle or holy oil every day.

Public Defender Congratulates Yazidis on Eda Ezi holiday 

The Public Defender of Georgia congratulates the Yazidis living in Georgia on the Eda Ezi holiday and wishes them peace, prosperity and health. Eda Ezi is one of the distinguished Yezidi holidays, which is celebrated in December.

Event Dedicated to International Day for Tolerance 

On November 18, 2016, the Councils of National Minorities and Religions of the Tolerance Center of the Public Defender held an event dedicated to the International Day for Tolerance, which was attended by representatives of state agencies, diplomatic missions, international and non-governmental organizations, journalists and members of the Councils of National Minorities and Religions.

Working Meeting of the Council of National Minorities of the Public Defender 

On October 27-29, 2016, the Council of National Minorities of the Public Defender held a working meeting, where it discussed the situation of civil integration and protection of the rights of national minorities in the country, the successes achieved in the mentioned field and the major challenges.

Public Defender’s Statement on Muslims’ Right to Pray in Mokhe 

The Public Defender is responding to the media reports, according to which, law enforcement officers blocked the entrance to a building where representatives of the Muslim community started performing prayers in the village of Mokhe, Adigeni. The building belongs to the Adigeni municipality. The Muslim community believes that the building is a mosque, though no decision has yet been made on the ownership of the building by a special commission that has been studying the issue of the disputed building for 2 years.

Public Defender Congratulates Jewish People on Yom Kippur 

Yom Kippur - Day of Atonement, Day of Forgiveness – is the most important and sacred Jewish holiday, the main purpose of which is to analyze the past year and repent sins. Every autumn, on the tenth day from Rosh Hashanah, all Jews stop all kinds of activities and keep a fast.

Representatives of Public Defender's Office Meet with Lahiji Community 

On September 29, 2016, Koba Chopliani and Izabella Osipova, representatives of the Public Defender's Office and the Tolerance Centre, and Giorgi Sordia, Head of the Study Center for Ethnicity and Multiculturalism, met with representatives of the Lahiji community living in the village of Gombori, Sagarejo municipality of Georgia.

 

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