Georgian state flags are flying at half-mast at all administrative buildings throughout Georgia to commemorate the 29th anniversary of the fall of Sokhumi, occupied Abkhazia.
The state flag was lowered atop the Georgian government administration building to honour those killed in the Abkhaz conflict.
Today, Georgia commemorates the 29th anniversary of the fall of Sokhumi on September 27, 1993.
The military confrontation in Abkhazia lasted 13 months and 13 days and ended on September 27, 1993, with the fall of Sokhumi and the defeat of the Georgian Armed Forces.
According to the data collected by the Georgian side, more than 10,000 Georgian soldiers and civilians died in Abkhazia while 300,000 people became internally displaced.