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Monday, December 11, 2017

The Georgian foreign Ministry condemned the visit of Putin to Abkhazia

The Georgian foreign Ministry on Tuesday, August 8, condemned the visit of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin to Abkhazia on the anniversary of the war in South Ossetia in 2008, which in the Georgian foreign Ministry called “large-scale Russian military intervention”, “cynical act of military aggression, ethnic cleansing and occupation of borders of a sovereign state”. This is stated in the official statement of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Georgia.

According to the Georgian diplomatic corps, the visit of the Russian President in Abkhazia “violates fundamental norms of international law.”

The Ministry of foreign Affairs calls on Russia to stop provocative actions against Georgia’s statehood and to respect the territorial integrity of a sovereign state”, — stated in the message of the Georgian Ministry of foreign Affairs.

Official Tbilisi called on the international community “to give a proper assessment of the aggressive actions of Russia” and “to take effective measures to help Russia fulfil international obligations”.


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