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Civil Georgia: Zourabichvili Describes 2006 aA Crucial For Conflict Resolution

posted by FerrasB on October, 2005 as Imperialism

UNAG online Magazine
    Zourabichvili Describes 2006 as Crucial for Conflict Resolution     News
    / Civil Georgia, Tbilisi / 2005-10-07 12:34:24     

Georgian Foreign Minister Salome Zourabichvili said on October 6 that the 2006 year will be crucial for settlement of Abkhaz and South Ossetian conflicts.

Salome Zourabichvili was speaking at the joint session of the Parliamentary Committees for Foreign Relations and European Integration about the activities of the Ministry. She said, it is necessary to develop a uniform strategy for conflict resolution with the involvement of international organizations, including NATO, OSCE and the European Union.

“The Russian Federation should also be involved in this process...,” the Georgian Foreign Minister added.

Zourabichvili also noted that by the end of 2005 Georgia should have a real, uniform action plan for conflict resolution.

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Civil Georgia: Georgia’s UN Envoy Slams Russia Over Arming Breakaway Regions

posted by FerrasB on as Imperialism

UNAG online Magazine
    Georgia’s UN Envoy Slams Russia over Arming Breakaway Regions     News
    / Civil Georgia, Tbilisi / 2005-10-07 23:16:35     

Georgia’s representative to United Nations Revaz Adamia criticized Russia for, as he put it, arming secessionist authorities in Abkhazia and South Ossetia and described Moscow’s support to the “aggressive separatism” as “annexation” of Georgia’s territory.

Ambassador Adamia was speaking at the General Debate of the First Committee of 60th Session of the UN General Assembly on October 7.

“Both these regions are undergoing increasingly aggressive process of militarization. What is the most cynical, the separatist enclaves are receiving military shipments from our neighboring country, the Russian Federation… As a result, quite a substantial amount of arms and ammunition, which are not controlled by the state and consequently are not reflected in the records of the UN Register of Conventional Arms, have accumulated on these territories,” Revaz Adamia said.

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Kommersant: Veteran Regional Leaders. Top 20

posted by FerrasB on as Imperialism

Veteran Regional Leaders. Top 20
Rank in the rating     Name     Federation subject     Position     Total experience as leader of the region*
1     Magomed-Ali Magomedov     Republic of Dagestan     Chairman of the State Council     15 years 4 months
2     Egor Stroev     Orel Region     Governor     14 years 8 months
3     Mintimer Shaimiev     Republic of Tatarstan     President     14 years 3 months
4-5     Leonid Potapov     Buryat Republic     President     13 years 8 months
4-5     Murtaza Rakhimov     Republic of Bashkortostan     President     13 years 8 months
6     Anatoly Guzhvin     Astrakhan Region     Governor     12 years 3 months
7-10     Vladimir Chub     Rostov Region     Head of the Administration (Governor)     12 years 2 months
7-10     Viktor Ishaev     Khabarovsk Territory     Governor     12 years 2 months
7-10     Viktor Kress     Tomsk Region     Governor     12 years 2 ...
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RFE/RL: British Envoy Questions Russian Military Presence In Armenia

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British Envoy Questions Russian Military Presence In Armenia

By Emil Danielyan

A senior British diplomat publicly questioned on Thursday the need for continued Russian military presence in Armenia, suggesting that it would be particularly unjustified after a resolution of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.

“We understand that [Russian troops] are there with the agreement of the host country, so that problem does not arise,” Brian Fall, Britain’s “special representative” for the South Caucasus, said in a speech in Yerevan. “But the agreement of the host country may be largely determined by their perception of a military threat from Azerbaijan. If the conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh were resolved, and frontiers at present closed were opened up to peaceful traffic, that perception of threat would rapidly diminish, and perhaps sooner or later disappear.

“Would Armenia in those conditions want a substantial Russian military presence on its territory? And would Russia want to retain one in circumstances which could not ...
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Chechenpress: Klin Is Knocked Out Not With Papers

posted by FerrasB on as Imperialism

October, 6, 2005

Klin is knocked out not with papers

The parliament of Georgia has voted for a withdrawal of peace-making forces of the CIS from Abkhazia . The president of Georgia has declared, that will support deputies if they will make the decision with the requirement of a withdrawal of armies. In turn, the president of Russia Putin, has noted: "If the Georgian management takes the responsibility before the international community and own people, it is their choice, we shall remove ours peacemakers.

Small specification - the above-stated events and an exchange of statements occured in autumn of 2001. Since then much that has taken place in Georgia and in Russia. Structure of parliament and the president in Georgia have already changed. Putin was fixed on the second presidential term and already begins to behave affectedly at a mention of the third. Constant remains the tradition of loud applications and ultimatums of ...
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