An unsustainable burden: Georgian refugees from South Ossetia and Upper AbkhaziaAdd to Lightbox Download
IMG_008 GEORGIA. Tetriskaro’s district, 70 km west of Tbilisi. 2009. Georgian refugees working the soil given him by the Georgian Government, refugee coming from the Kodori Gorge, in the Upper Abkhazia. In this new settlement of 29 houses staying 9 families, to the moment, the houses and the surrounding lands were bought by the Georgian Government. With a population of only 4,4 million people, this harsh situation for refugees has affected in impressive way at the general situation of the georgian society and has put serious problems and impediments at its development.
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