The European Convention adopted by the Council of Europe on May 11, 2011 is yet another attack against Georgian traditions, identity and everything national.
Last year there was no Christmas tree in the centre of Brussels – a trait of a Christian holiday- in order not to disturb people of other religious confessions than Christian.
Recurring disinformation, we have seen it before regarding for example Sweden euvsdisinfo.eu/report/christmas-lights-are-banned-in-sweden-because-of-tolerance-towards/, . In neither cases are the statements true, there was in fact a Christmas tree in Brussels also in the year of 2016 visit.brussels/en/sites/winterwonders/m_article/video-2016, . A similar Christmas market is planned for this year www.brussels.be/winter-wonders-and-christmas-market-2017, .