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MARCH 2009

Russia's Plan in Abkhazia Worries Nato

posted by circassiankama on March, 2009 as Abkhazia

Russia’s plan in Abkhazia worries Nato

By James Blitz in London

Published: January 29 2009 02:01 | Last updated: January 29 2009 02:01

Nato member states are concerned by Russia’s decision to build a naval base in the breakaway territory of Abkhazia, a move which the alliance believes would further underline Moscow’s violation of Georgia’s sovereignty.

Although Russia and Nato have seen a gradual improvement in relations in recent weeks, Jaap de Hopp Scheffer, Nato’s secretary-general is set to raise the issue when he meets Sergei Ivanov, the Russian deputy prime minister, next week.

Nato member states became concerned about this issue after Russian media reported on Monday that Russia would start building a naval base this year in the Abkhaz port of Ochamchira, a step Tbilisi said would violate its sovereignty.

The issue was on Wednesday discussed at the regular ...
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Abkhazia will remain independent from Russia - Bagapsh

posted by circassiankama on as Abkhazia

Abkhazia will remain independent from Russia - Bagapsh

17/03/2009 21:55
MOSCOW, March 17 (RIA Novosti) - Abkhazian President Sergei Bagapsh said on Tuesday that the former Georgian republic had no plans to become a part of Russia, the Russian daily paper Izvestia reported.

The paper said that Sergei Bagapsh made the statement at the meeting with the vice-president of the non-governmental International Crisis Group, Alain Delatroz, and the director of the organization's office for the Caucasus region, Lawrence Sheets.

"We are building an independent, legal and democratic state and are not planning to backtrack from this path," Bagapsh said.

"We have no illusions that tomorrow the whole world will recognize us, but it is important for us that the world's largest country, Russia, has recognized us," he added.

Russia recognized Abkhazia and South Ossetia, another former Georgian republic, as independent ...
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posted by eagle on as Abkhazia

Civil Society:

Elizabeth Owen: 3/09/09
High atop a mountain chain in western Turkey stands Mezit village, a hamlet founded in the 19th century by Abkhaz rebels on the run from Tsarist Russian troops. More than 130 years later, Mezit's Abkhaz residents now have one goal -- to return to Abkhazia, where Russian troops are now a welcome presence.
"We would like to see this place with our own eyes, a place where our language is spoken," said Nalan Uran, a middle-aged Mezit homemaker, as she indicated a black-and-white photograph of her great-grandfather in the Abkhaz capital, Sukhumi.
That is a desire the de facto Abkhaz government would like to encourage. Promoting the return of Diaspora members is seen as one way ...

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