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Mourning day in Georgia2010-03-04 10:24
March 4th was declared a mourning day in Georgia. State flags are lowered at all the state institutions, including the presidential administration and the Parliament - Georgia Times correspondent.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The mourning day was declared by the head of state, Mikheil Saakashvili, in the light of the blast in Tkibuli mine, which killed 4 workers and seriously injured one.
Today the special governmental commission starts its work in Tkibuli. It's aimed to find out the reasons of the tragedy. According to tentative information, the blast occurred due to accumulation of methane.