Georgian officials have sent their warm wishes to everyone celebrating Easter today.
President Salome Zurabishvili stated that “we will overcome these difficult times” amid the coronavirus pandemic together.
I want to wish a #HappyEaster to everyone celebrating it today. May this day be full of strength in these tough times and love in your families. We will overcome these difficult times. Christ is risen!— Salome Zourabichvili (@Zourabichvili_S) April 12, 2020
Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia wished health and welfare to every Georgian citizen who celebrates Easter today.
I am confident that we will overcome this common challenge with joint efforts”, Gakharia referred to COVID-19.
Foreign Minister David Zalklaiani also wished everyone hope, joy, prosperity and peace.
12 April marks the solemn day for the Catholic community - the day commemorating the resurrection of Jesus from the dead. May this #Easter inspire you with hope, joy, prosperity, and peace. May the blessings of this day shine brightly for your nations! Buona Pasqua!— David Zalkaliani (@DZalkaliani) April 12, 2020
State Minister for Reconciliation and Civic Equality Ketevan Tsikhelashvili also sent her kind wishes:
I wish a Happy Easter to Catholic and Evangelical-Lutheran Churches and its its parish! I wish you all peace, health, success and prosperity! I believe only 2gether, all, state & clergy with joint effort to save one another's life & health, we can win this fight#StopCov pic.twitter.com/ApzVFZy045— Keti Tsikhelashvili (@TsikhelashviliK) April 12, 2020
Majority of Georgian citizens who are Orthodox Christians will celebrate Easter a week later on April 19.
However, Georgian officials have stated earlier that amid the coronavirus pandemic they will stay home and watch the Easter liturgy on TV.