Victims of the MH17 plane crash, including two Newcastle United fans, will be remembered at the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony.
The Malaysia Airlines plane was shot down while flying over a rebel-held area of Ukraine last Thursday, with no survivors from the 298 people on board.
A large number of those were from Commonwealth countries and they, as well as the other victims, are being recognised.
Speaking at a daily media briefing ahead of the ceremony, Prince Imran from Malaysia, the Commonwealth Games Federation's president, said: "I am from Malaysia and it's another sad occasion for our country, and for the airline."
Referencing the MH370 flight, which disappeared after leaving Kuala Lumpur in March, he added: "It's a terrible thing to have two tragedies within months of each other. As I understand it there will be some recognition."
David Grevemberg, chief executive of Glasgow 2014, added: "We will be paying tribute."
Details, in keeping with the rest of the ceremony, are being kept under wraps.