13 July 2024,   20:15
Traders talk about anti-sanitary on the territory of the Jvari Monastery

Traders respond to a statement of clergy, according to which the Jvari Monastery was closed due to anti-sanitation . They state that anti-sanitary on the territory is caused not by their activities, but by those people, who are in the Monastery.

Traders point to the places where the burned candles and other items from the Monastery are collected together.

Street vendors say that time to time they try to clean the territory themselves. According to them, they are waiting for the City Hall"s decision to continue their activities.Jvari Monastery was opened after 3-days of protest. The decision was made recently, but the reason is unknown.