The leaders of several nations have travelled to Tbilisi in a show of solidarity with the Caucasus country, amid its crisis with Russia.
Among those present, Poland’s Lech Kzychinski and Ukraine’s Viktor Yushchenko.
Moscow has accused Kiev, a strong pro-Western ally of Tbilisi, of supplying weapons to Georgia and encouraging it to strike South Ossetia.
Rallies have been held in many former Soviet states in support of Georgia. There many people have spoken of fears that their country could be the next to be attacked by Russia.