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JUNE 2006

Kommersant: Kodori Government Of Abkhazia

posted by FerrasB on June, 2006 as Abkhazia

Kodori Government of Abkhazia
// Double authorities
Abkhazia prepares for war against dual government

Sukhumi declared yesterday it will not allow Abkhaz government-in-exile to settle in Kodori gorge. Sukhumi is ready to use force to take control over Kodori. Abkhaz authorities fear the appearance of one more government will prevent them from gaining independence following Kosovo scenario. Meanwhile, Tbilisi-based Abkhaz government-in-exile has already begun moving to Kodori gorge, according to the orders of Georgian president Mikhail Saakashvili.
Government troops of Georgia  began the second phase of the special operation in Kodori gorge. They combed local villages looking for rebels, searching local residents’ houses on the way and seizing hidden weapons. The troops reported having collected weapons to the total cost of $30 million. Emzar Kvitsiani was not captured. Tbilisi said he escaped to Tbilisi-independent Abkhazia. Abkhaz Deputy Minister of ...
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Itar-Tass: Abkhazia leader Sergei Bagapsh: Abkhazia Building Independent State

posted by FerrasB on as Abkhazia

From: MSN NicknameEagle_wng  (Original Message)    Sent: 6/26/2006 1:09 PM

Abkhazia leader Sergei Bagapsh: Abkhazia building independent state

26.06.2006, 18.39

SUKHUMI, June 26 (Itar-Tass) - Abkhazia leader Sergei Bagapsh stated on Monday that the position of his republic is unshakable: "We are building an independent state, and will be going along this path to the end." He underlined it at a news conference for Russian journalists.

Sukhumi "as of today does not think that Abkhazia's joining Russia is possible," because "the referendum of 1999 showed that our people came out for independent state and we'll be building it regardless of whether someone likes it or not," he noted.

"We are ready to launch good neighborly relations with Georgia and live next to each other as two equal states," the head of Abkhazia said expressing readiness to discuss any issues with ...
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RIA Novosti: Abkhazian President Says He Is Ready To Meet With Saakashvili

posted by FerrasB on as Abkhazia

Abkhazian president says he is ready to meet with Saakashvili

26/06/2006 17:25 SUKHUMI, June 26 (RIA Novosti) - The president of Georgia's breakaway Abkhazia region said Monday he was ready to meet with the Georgian president if they eventually signed an agreement on security guarantees.

"This meeting should result in a proper document, and should not be held just for the sake of a meeting, as this is not productive," Sergei Bagapsh said.

Abkhazia, in the northwest of Georgia, declared independence following the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, leading to a bloody conflict in the Caucasus. Russia currently has peacekeeping troops stationed in the region.

In early May, at a meeting with a NATO Parliamentary Assembly delegation in the unrecognized republic's capital, Sukhumi, for talks on the future of Georgia-Abkhazia relations, Bagapsh said: "The bitter ...
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posted by FerrasB on as Abkhazia

From: MSN Nicknamepsychoteddybear24  (Original Message)    Sent: 6/23/2006 1:49 PM
President Mikheil Saakashvili submitted to parliament his nomination
of Irakli Alasania to succeed Revaz Adamia as Georgia's envoy to
the UN. Alasania, 32, is a former chairman of the Tbilisi-based
Abkhaz government in exile and Saakashvili's special aide for
talks with the Abkhaz leadership on ways to resolve the Abkhaz
conflict. Even if the parliament confirms his nomination for the UN
post, he will retain his Abkhaz responsibilities, according to Civil
Georgia on June 12.
Some observers and political figures, however, have
questioned the wisdom of sending Alasania to New York. Civil Georgia
on June 13 quoted opposition parliamentarian Giorgi Tsagareishvili
(Industrialists) as saying "Alasania was the only shining light in
the current government," while independent analyst Giorgi Khelashvili
similarly commented that "I think Alasania would be much more useful
here." ...
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Restoration Of Abkhazia Railways Section To Take From 12 To 18

posted by FerrasB on as Abkhazia

From: MSN NicknameEagle_wng  (Original Message)    Sent: 6/19/2006 11:04 AM
Restoration Of Abkhazia Railways Section To Take From 12 To 18 Months
Tbilisi, June 16, Armenpress: Vladimir Badalian, an Armenian parliament member and a cochairman of the Armenian-Russian and Armenian-Georgian Business Associations, told Armenpress a set of documents, which are necessary for starting restoration of the Abkhazian section of the Georgian railway will be ready by the end of the year and the reconstruction will take from 12 to 18 months.
   Badalian said the 197 km-long section of the railroad stretching across Georgia's breakaway region of Abkhazia needs to be fully restored together with bridges, tunnels and other infrastructure. Badalian said the restoration will comprise two stages-first will be resumed trains for transportation of cargo and then restoration of infrastructure and stations will begin.
   He said the Armenian-Georgian-Abkhazian-Russian ...
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