Margvelashvili: Georgian society has become aggressive

Sat 02 December 2017 11:51 GMT | 15:51 Local Time

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Georgian President Georgi Margvelashvili said that Georgian society has recently become aggressive. The comment was made after a case of stabbing between schoolchildren, Vestnik Kavkaza reports.

"Unfortunately, we turned out to be very aggressive and violent, and it is obvious not only due to today's tragedy ... Yesterday I talked with women who were victims of violence, and in the evening there was another manifestation of violence against a woman. Each of us should think about the kind of society we live in and what we give each other, "Margvelashvili said.

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