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Agency Caucasus: Russians Have Their Own Way Of Withdrawal

posted by FerrasB on August, 2008 as Imperialism

Tbilisi/Agency Caucasus - Russian troops were seen to get into motion on Tuesday following a statement from Russian President Dmitri Medvedev that Russia would begin to pull its forces back from Georgia on August 18 in accordance with the ceasefire brokered last week by French President Nicolas Sarkozy on behalf of the European Union.

Announcement of Russian withdrawal from Georgia came from Gen. Anatoli Nogovitsin, Deputy Chief of the Russian General Staff when he said that the withdrawal of peacekeeping forces had begun today [on August 18].

Reporters in the region, however, tend to term Russian move not as a withdrawal but as a backward relocation. They reported that Russian tanks, artilleries and armored military vehicles were located in Igueti, some 35 kilometers from Tbilisi, capital of Georgia.

An official from the Russian Foreign Ministry said, however, that Russian forces would pull out in units from Georgia and head for North Ossetia’s ...
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WOE: Georgian Energy Corridor Is And Will Remain ‘Unreliable,’ Russians Say

posted by FerrasB on as Imperialism

Tuesday, August 19, 2008
Window on Eurasia: Georgian Energy Corridor is and will Remain ‘Unreliable,’ Russians Say
Paul Goble

Vienna, August 19 – The Georgian energy corridor is and will remain for a long time “unreliable,” a Russian financial analyst says, and that exert a small but upward pressure on the price of oil, something that is likely to lead both producers and consumers to look to Russian routes and may cause NATO to move even more quickly to establish bases in Georgia.
In a comment posted on the website, energy analyst Andrei Kochetkov argues that Russia’s military intervention in Georgia means that no one can now or in the near future rely on either the rail or pipeline systems in Georgia to carry Caspian basin hydrocarbons to Europe and the West (
The blowing up of a section of the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan pipeline for which the PKK has claimed responsibility, the destruction of a ...
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NatPress: Adygeya Parliament Called Russian President To Initiate Recognition...

posted by FerrasB on as Imperialism

Adygeya parliament called Russian president to initiate recognition process of Abkhazia’s, Pridnestrovie’s and Southern Ossetia’s independence

Under initiative of a group of the deputies of the republican parliament there was assembled the 30th extraordinary session of the State Soviet-Khase of Adygeya Republic. The Adygeya president Aslan Tkhakushinov participated.

The agenda included the question of adoption of the Address to the President of Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev.

Before the beginning of the session Aslan Tkhakushinov said that he took the management of the republican headquarters on reception of the Southern Ossetian refugees as the prime-minister of Adygeya Republic Murat Kumpilov was off to Vladikavkaz. There was a conference of the representatives of the Commission on emergency situations in the SFD - presided by federal minister on emergency situations Sergey Shoigu - planned there.

At the session leaders of the political fractions and deputies of the State Soviet-Khase of Adygeya Republic acted with the offer ...
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Russia Moves Toward Recognition Of Georgian Breakaway Regions

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Russia Moves Toward Recognition Of Georgian Breakaway Regions

MOSCOW (AFP)--Moscow moved closer Wednesday to recognizing the independence of Georgian separatist regions, escalating a bruising international row over Russia's assault on the ex-Soviet republic.

In Abkhazia, a strategically placed Black Sea province, the separatist parliament and president issued an appeal asking Russia to recognize their independence.

The leader of South Ossetia, Eduard Kokoity, told Interfax news agency that his separatist region would issue a similar appeal soon.

The deputy speaker of the Russian parliament's upper house, the Federation Council, announced an emergency session Monday to debate recognizing Abkhazia and also South Ossetia - both under control of Russian troops since last week.

"The Federation Council is ready to recognize the independent status of South Ossetia and Abkhazia if that is what the people of these republics want," Interfax news agency quoted council speaker Sergei Mironov as saying.

Recognition by Moscow of the two regions would deal pro-Western ...
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RFE/RL: Abkhazia To Ask Russia To Recognize Independence

posted by FerrasB on as Imperialism

August 20, 2008
Abkhazia To Ask Russia To Recognize Independence
by  RFE/RL
Abkhaz lawmakers have approved the text of an independence appeal submitted by the unrecognized republic's de facto president, Sergei Bagapsh.

Vyacheslav Tsugba, deputy speaker of the People's Assembly of Abkhazia, told RFE/RL's North Caucasus Service that legislators concluded that current negotiations over Abkhazia's final status had reached a deadlock, and that "the existence of Abkhazia and Georgia in one state is impossible."

"Abkhazia has existed as an independent state for 15 years and it has all the necessary traits of an independent state," Tsugba said. "We have a viable government, our economy is developing, all the attributes of state power have been created, there is a legitimate opposition and an independent press."

Government spokeswoman Madina Bganba tells RFE/RL's North Caucasus Service the appeal is due to be approved on August 21 during a public gathering of lawmakers and political parties in the main city ...
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