In the village of Dvani, farming families fret about the dividing line that in one place passes directly through a house inhabited by the Makhatchashvili family. The mother of the household, 34-year-old Tiniko Mamagulashvili, says her husband likes to joke that he sleeps in Georgia with his feet in Russia. But the family is worried, she says, "If the occupation continues, what will happen to our house and our land? It is split in two and our main harvest and water is on the side of the occupation line, it is frustrating and scary to think about."
The border marks gives a visual understanding of how the house is divided via google maps. Dvani Village, 2017..