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Battle of Choloki
Part of Crimean War
Battle of the Choloki 1854 (plan).jpg
The map of the battle
DateJune 4, 1854
LocationKakuti, Ozurget Uyezd, Kutais Governorate, Russian Empire
Belligerents
Flag of the Russian Empire (black-yellow-white).svg Russian Empire Ottoman flag.svg Ottoman Empire
Commanders and leaders
Flag of the Russian Empire (black-yellow-white).svg Ivane Andronikashvili Ottoman flag.svg Mehmed Selim Pasha
Strength
10,000 35,000
Casualties and losses
1,500 killed. Unknown number of wounded or captured. 4,000 killed. Unknown number of wounded or captured.

The battle of Choloki took place on 4 June 1854 on the outskirts of village Kakuti in Guria during the Crimean war. After being defeated in the battle of Nigoiti Ottomans retreated to Ozurgeti in order to regroup. Russo-Georgian detachments, under the command of Ivane Andronikashvili, advanced at a steady and fast pace. Ottomans were located in the left bank of Choloki river. The Gurian posse was the first to suddenly assault Ottomans, after that Georgians shelled from artillery and started decisive offensive attack. As ottomans were forced to flee their plans to enter in Samtskhe–Javakheti were collapsed.

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