Event dedicated to the remembrance of British soldiers.
11 November 2017

Today, the Chairman of Batumi City Council Lasha Sirabidze and the Deputy Chairman Irakli Chavleishvili with the Ambassador of Great Britain in Georgia Justin McKenzie Smith and with British Defense Attaché in Georgia David Ethell, honored memory of British soldiers who died during the First World War and graced memorial with wreath. The event attended representatives of the coastal guard of border police department of The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia and members of British royal orchestra. Collaboration of Batumi City Council with British Embassy connected with the discovery of graves of British soldiers who died during the World War, settlement of the graves and installment of the memorial lasts for almost five years.
The Great Britain looks after the graves of one million seven hundred thousand soldiers who died during the First and Second World War in 153 countries and among them in Georgia. Event dedicated to the memory of British Soldiers is held annually on 11th of November.

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