Children and adults, local residents and tourists were all among the dozens killed when a lorry ploughed into crowds on Nice's famous seafront Promenade des Anglais. Of the 84 who died, 10 were children and teenagers.
A total of 303 people were taken to hospital following the attacks, the French health department has said. Of those, 65 remain in hospital, with 18 still in a critical condition - including one child.
At the same time Georgian Foreign Ministry informs that among victims of Nice attack one Georgian was - Roman Ekmalian, (1960). For the last period of time Roman Ekmalian lived in Belgium.