Abkhazia and South Ossetia fear ‘undesirable consequences’ due to ‘tension in Georgia’

Foreign Ministers of South Ossetia and Abkhazia Akhsar Dzhioev and Inal Ardzinba discussed by phone the situation in Georgia, where mass protests have been taking place for several days. Partially recognized republics, the territories of which Georgia considers its own, are concerned about “increasing tension and possible destabilization of the situation.” According to the ministers, this “is fraught with undesirable consequences in the South Caucasus region.”

Mr. Dzhioev and Mr. Ardzinba intend to continue to pay “close attention to the situation developing in Georgia” and coordinate actions to “level possible threats to the Republic of South Ossetia and the Republic of Abkhazia.” “The role of the Russian Federation as a guarantor of peace and security in the region was emphasized,” the statement says. message Ministry of Foreign Affairs of South Ossetia.

In Georgia, protests continue for several days in connection with the consideration of the bill on foreign agents. Demonstrations are accompanied by clashes between protesters and law enforcement officers. The opposition considers the bill to be pro-Russian, although its initiators deny this. Many protesters at the rallies are against Russia and in support of Ukraine. The Georgian authorities agreed to the demands of the demonstrators – the bill would not be supported, all those detained at the rallies were released.

More details – in the material “Kommersant” “Georgian Dream refused foreign agents.”

Leonid Uvarchev


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