The largest cinema network in Georgia - Cavea - has suspended the screening of films with Russian translation in the country, the publication Georgia Online reports. The company stated that the decision was made in connection with the protests taking place in Georgia and is a manifestation of solidarity with the participants of the anti-occupation action. The company does not specify whether the Russian-language sessions are canceled for a long time or whether they will ever resume. Georgian football players also expressed their solidarity with the protesters. The players of Torpedo (Kutaisi), Lokomotiv (Tbilisi) and Rustavi (Rustavi) clubs wore T-shirts with inscriptions in English and Georgian: “We remember that 20% of the territory of Georgia is occupied by Russia.” The official Apple dealer in Georgia also expressed support for the demonstrators by placing inscriptions “Russia is occupant” and “Do not forget your past” on the banners of a chain of stores. Yesterday, June 23, a rally against the pro-Russian policy of the Georgian authorities continued in Tbilisi. The demonstrators are demanding the resignation of Interior Minister Giorgi Gakharia, the release of all citizens detained on the eve and the holding of early parliamentary elections.