Source Pravda.Ru

Abkhazian PM To Meet Russian Foreign Ministry's Officials

The Abkhazian-Georgian settlement will come at the heart of the discussion during the consultations between Abkhazian prime minister Anri Dzhergenia and representatives of the Russian foreign ministry on Monday. According to the Russian representation of the self-proclaimed Abkhazian republic, the negotiations will be held within Russia's mediation in the Georgian-Abkhazian conflict. During these consultations, the sides will discuss settlement of the conflict along with humanitarian issues. Besides, under review will be the latest events in the Kodori Gorge where the Abkhazian interior troops are continuing the mopping-up and liqudation of scattered bandit groups, the Abkhazian representation noted.

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