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Caucasian Knot: Georgia: Russia Won't Find Allies In Recognizing Abkhazia And...

posted by FerrasB on August, 2008 as Imperialism


Georgia: Russia won't find allies in recognizing Abkhazia and South Ossetia, experts think differently

Ekaterina Tkeshelashvili, Foreign Minister of Georgia, believes that a possible unilateral recognition by Russia of independence of Abkhazia and South Ossetia will mean nothing. However, experts think that Russia can find allies amidst the world community.

We remind you that on August 21 Abkhazia sent to Russia an appeal of its President and Parliament asking to recognize its independence, and on August 22 a similar appeal was adopted by the Parliament of South Ossetia. And as soon as on August 25, the Lower Chamber of Russian Parliament plans to address Russian leadership with an offer to recognize the independence of these republics.

Ms Tkeshelashvili is sure that such step will damage the political image of Russia, and there is no practical danger in it, since the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Georgia have been recognized by ...
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WOE: Russian Actions In Georgia Show Why Tatarstan Must Be Independent..

posted by FerrasB on as Imperialism

Sunday, August 24, 2008
Window on Eurasia: Russian Actions in Georgia Show Why Tatarstan Must Be Independent, Activists There Say
Paul Goble

Vienna, August 24 – Russian aggression in Georgia is the clearest indication yet of why the oil-rich Republic of Tatarstan in the Middle Volga region must pursue independence from the Russian Federation, according to an appeal released this week by the Tatar Independence Party Ittifak.
The appeal, which has circulated for the last three days by email, has attracted little attention from the media either in Russia or the West, but because it signals that Moscow’s actions in Georgia are affecting non-Russian communities far from the Caucasus, it is important to take note of.
The current Russian leadership, the appeal notes, views “the collapse of the Soviet Union as the biggest tragedy of the 20th century” and thus “under the pretext of peacekeeping and defending the rights’ of the Ossetians and the Abkhazians, ...
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