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JUNE 2010

The Harriman Institute: Abkhazia Briefing: Alexander Cooley and Lincoln Mitchell Urge The West To Change Its Policy

posted by circassiankama on June, 2010 as Abkhazia

Abkhazia Briefing: Alexander Cooley and Lincoln Mitchell Urge the West to Change Its Policy
Thursday, 29 April 2010 20:33

The Harriman Institute - April 29, 2010

"The  United  States  needs  to  change  its  policy toward  Abkhazia,”  stated  Professor  Alexander Cooley at the Harriman Institute on Monday April 26,  2010.  "While  we  should  continue  to make  it clear  that we will  not  recognize  its  statehood, we must also engage  the region. Otherwise  it will  just drift  further  into  Russia.”  Cooley,  along  with Professor Lincoln Mitchell, has  just returned from Abkhazia—the  two  scholars  are  working  on  a Harriman-sponsored  project  about  U.S.-Georgia relations.  In  April,  they  published  an  "Action Memorandum”  in  The  American  Interest  addressed to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Secretary of  Defense  Robert  Gates,  urging  ...

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New Eastern Outlook: Sukhum Outraged by PACE Resolution on Abkhazia

posted by circassiankama on as Abkhazia

Sukhum Outraged by PACE Resolution on Abkhazia

Wed, May 26, 2010


Sukhum Outraged by PACE Resolution on Abkhazia

Indira BARTSITS (Abkhazia)

Abkhazia’s Foreign Minister, Sergei Shamba, has expressed anger over the decision PACE made during its spring session to reaffirm its previous resolution on the situation in Abkhazia and South Ossetia.

The spring session of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) took place in Strasbourg from April 26-30.

The Foreign Minister’s statement, which was released on Thursday, reads as follows: "Previous PACE resolutions were biased in nature in that they absolved Georgia of guilt for provoking tensions in the region and starting the conflict in South Ossetia and Abkhazia; the resolutions cannot be viewed as an objective approach to solving the existing problems.”

Shamba believes that PACE has once again demonstrated its lack of constructive ideas ...

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RFE/RL: Abkhazia 'Temporarily Suspends' Participation In Geneva Talks

posted by eagle on as Abkhazia

June 25, 2010

Abkhazia 'Temporarily Suspends' Participation In Geneva Talks

Abkhazia will not attend the next round of talks scheduled for July 27 in Geneva on security issues in the wake of the August 2008 Russian-Georgian war, Abkhaz presidential administration head Nadir Bitiyev announced on June 23.  

Bitiyev stressed that "no one doubts the expediency" of those talks. But he went on to complain that the proposals of the Abkhaz and South Ossetian sides are ignored, and the discussion of an agreement on the non-resumption of hostilities is relegated to the back burner in favor of "secondary issues" that have no bearing on security. 

One week previously, Abkhaz Foreign Minister Maksim Gvindjia similarly stressed that Abkhazia considers the Geneva talks "a very important mechanism that it is essential to support...a forum at which we can exchange information."  

The Geneva process was one of the ...

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Jamestown Foundation: More Disagreements Emerge Between Abkhaz And Russian Interests

posted by eagle on as Abkhazia

More Disagreements Emerge Between Abkhaz and Russian Interests

Publication: Eurasia Daily Monitor 
June 7, 2010 01:52 PM 

On June 1, the head of Abkhazia’s state committee on tourism, Tengiz Lakerbaya, lashed out at Sochi Mayor, Anatoly Pakhomov, for publicly diminishing Abkhazia’ touristic value. The criticism followed comments made by Pakhomov on May 28, when he said that Abkhazia had once been popular with tourists because of low prices there but that because its beaches were not kept clean and the Abkhaz side did not want to simplify travel from Russia into its territory, which was creating long lines on the border, Abkhazia was no longer competitive. Lakerbaya responded to the Sochi administration by saying that Pakhomov’s remarks would hardly increase the number of tourists coming to Sochi. He pointed out that it was not Abkhazia but in ...

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