On August 25, 2018, the Georgian Diaspora in Estonia, “Georgian House” commemorated the 25th anniversary of the tragedy of Sokhumi and Abkhazia. 25 years ago, on September 27, 1993 Georgians left Sokhumi.
The event started with a friendly match between Georgian and Estonian children. These are Georgian children who were born in Estonia and did not see their Abkhazia. Each participant of the friendly match was awarded a memorable medal, with a map of the United Georgia and an inscription – “Abkhazia is Georgia”.
After that, the event moved to the assembly hall. Participants presented a short documentary about 1992-1993 war and tragedy. Afterwards, the participants were adressed by Mr. Zaza Tsereteli, Chairman of the Georgian Diaspora, Mr. Risto Lindberg, Chairman of the City Council, Mr. Elguja Gvazava, Chairman of the Supreme Council of the Autonomous Republic of Abkhazia, Ms. Tea Akhvlediani, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Estonia.
Every speaker remembered the events of 92-93 years with great gratitude, once again paid tribute to the dead and stressed that both countries, Georgia and Estonia, would continue to get Georgia to regain territorial integrity. In his speech, the Chairman of the Diaspora, Mr. Zaza Tsereteli stated that he and all Georgians believe that the departure of Abkhazia is to be temporarily cut off from this region and that sooner or later it will be a happy day when Georgians, Abkhazians, Ossetians and others will celebrate together the restoration of territorial integrity