EaP 10th Anniversary Flash mob in Georgia
February 17, 2019

EaP 10th Anniversary Flash mob in Georgia

As part of the Europe-wide celebrations marking the launch of the Eastern Partnership’s 10th Anniversary year, Young European Ambassadors in Georgia organised a flash mob in Tbilisi’s Rike Park.

Locals were treated to professional folk dancers who performed “Khorumi” — a Georgian national dance — in Rike Park to present Georgian culture and to promote unity and peace. At the final stage the dancers appeared with EU and Georgian flags, and the YEAs in their t-shirts joined the circle with stars.

Check out the flash mob here: tinyurl.com/y3x2b2up


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