GEORGIA – Embassy of Georgia to Israel hosted a meeting with Oto Nemsadze, the Georgian participant of the Eurovision Song Contest, which states that he is singing about Georgia’s major painstaking.
Eurovision is still one week away from the first semi final. Georgian Embassy in Israel and Otto Nemsadze’s supporters’ Club organized another noisy and gracious meeting on May 6, this time at the prestigious restaurant “Kinto” owned by popular singer Morris Janashvili from Georgia who lives in Israel.
While Oto’s supporters met with him, he was hosted by the Tel Aviv Mayor at the municipality premises, but in “Kintso”, there were also some foreign journalists.
Ambassador of Georgia to Israel Paata Kalandadze announced the meeting with Oto Nemsadze. He warmly welcomed the Honorary Consul of Georgia in the southern region of Israel in Benin and wished to win the Eurovision Song Contest. This was followed by an extraordinarily fulfilled “multi-jammer” ensemble “Shavnabada”, – the information emphasized by the Embassy of Georgia in Israel.
Oto Nemsadze said that he has a chance to give our world once again the pain of our lost territories. So, he clearly stated that his song is political and therefore he breaches the EBU rules?
“The song I’ve been singing for Eurovision has a special load for all Georgians, because today we have a chance to see our painful and painful times and pain in the world once again and again. This time we will be singing with the song. There is no great honor for me and I will not give up all my strength for that”, said Oto Nemsadze
According to the Embassy of Israel in Israel, Oto Nemsadze singed the audience and they also praised them. The evening ended with the anthem of Georgia.
CALL FOR DIASPORA VOTING
Oto Nemsadze, the Georgian contender of 2019 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) released a video address and called on Georgian emigrants for his support. Georgian emigrants will have to watch the public broadcaster of the country where they live. They will have to send Georgia’s number 11 to a special phone number. Twenty calls can be sent from one number.
“Greetings to Georgians living abroad. Let us support our country together. I will present Georgia at Eurovision this year and your support is very important. I will sing for you,” Nemsadze said.