Georgian PM “saddened” by death of Georgian linguist, political figure Nodar Natadze

  • Natadze, the literary critic, linguist and member of the first convocation of the supreme council of Georgia, as well as one of the signatories of the Act of Restoration of State Independence of Georgia, died at the age of 93 earlier today. Photo: Ipress.ge

Agenda.ge, 13 Nov 2022 - 16:27, Tbilisi,Georgia

Georgian prime minister Irakli Garibashvili expressed his “sadness” on Sunday following the death of Georgian linguist, political and public figure Nodar Natadze and extended his condolences to his family and friends, the government administration said.

Garibashvili said Natadze had left his “special mark” on the path of rebuilding independent Georgia and noted he had made a “significant personal contribution” to the “great cause” by signing the Act of Restoration of State Independence of Georgia.

Nodar Natadze was a person who remained faithful to his principles until the end of his life, thus he will be an example for many generations”, the head of the government noted.

Natadze, the literary critic, linguist and member of the first convocation of the supreme council of Georgia, as well as one of the signatories of the Act of Restoration of State Independence of Georgia, died at the age of 93 earlier today.

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