Anri Jokhadze, the Georgian participant of the 2012 Eurovision contest, has pledged his support to the efforts of EASST, EASST’s Georgian partner The Partnership for Road Safety, and the UN Decade of Action on Road Safety 2011 – 2020, in raising awareness of road safety issues in Georgia.
In collaboration with Georgian Public Broadcasting, Anri will feature in a short video in which he will call for parents to use child restraints, among other important safety issues.
Anri is the second Eurovision contestant to support EASST’s work – following in the footsteps of the 2011 Azerbaijani winner, Nikki, who is working with EASST and its partner HAYAT to raise awarenesss in Azerbaijan.
Anri Jokhadze will take part in the Second Semi-Final of the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest, to take place on May 24th 2012 in Baku.
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