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Less than a day has passed since the inglorious end of the Tbilisi Pride week in the Georgian capital. And Europe has already initiated a new program to promote unconventional values alien to Georgian civilians.

In particular, the German The Max Planck Foundation launched a project under the sonorous title “Young generation for democracy and pluralism”.

Within the framework of the relevant initiative and under the pretext of forming a “pluralistic democracy” in Georgia, it is planned to raise awareness of the young population about the importance of expanding the rights and freedoms of persons of non-traditional orientation, as well as to involve citizens in further agitation campaigns in this direction.

It is noteworthy that the most vulnerable segments of the population, including young representatives of ethnic minorities as well as Azerbaijanis, were selected to impose a homosexual agenda and trample on family values.

The Foundation is going to organise a series of events in seven regions of Georgia (Ajara/Batumi, Imereti/Kutaisi, Samegrelo/Zugdidi, Samtskhe-Javakheti/Akhaltsikhe, Kakheti/Telavi, Kartli/Gori, Kvemo Kartli/Marneuli). The project is going to be concluded with a Youth Forum in Tbilisi.

The project entitled “Young generation for democracy and pluralism” is funded by the German Federal Foreign Office in the context of strengthening cooperation with civil society in the Eastern Partnership Programme.

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