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The resolution obliges the government to organize events every year commemorating the victims of the Soviet occupation of February 25, 1921.

Georgia follows the example of Moldova where acting president Mihai Ghimpu declared June 28 the Day of Soviet Occupation last month.

The opposition Communist Party of Moldova disputed the decree. The Constitutional Court last week declared it invalid and invited Ghimpu to cancel his decree.

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