DRI has appealed to the Prime Minister and the Speaker of the Parliament of Georgia to create a 24-hour hotline for the population of the occupied territories.
For the second year in a row, the Government of Georgia has been working without a document of human rights strategy, which makes any human rights activity carried out by public institutions fragmented and uncoordinated.
On February 4, 2022, representatives of the Democracy Research Institute DRI) visited the village of Atotsi located near the occupation line.
According to the reports spread on November 27, 2021, Form No. 9, which is related to the freedom of movement of some residents of the Gali district, will be abolished from January 1, 2022.