Source Pravda.Ru

Meeting on security to be held in Abkhazia

A meeting dedicated to security in Abkhazia with representatives of Georgia, Abkhazia, CIS peacemakers, and UN observers participating is due to be held in Abkhazia on Wednesday, officials at the Abkhazian mission to Moscow said. Abkhazian Deputy Defence Minister Givi Agrba told a RIA Novosti correspondent by phone that he could refuse to take part in the meeting if Georgia did not agree to his proposal to patrol the Kodori gorge permanently. Mr.Agrba, the Abkhazian co-chairman of the working commission for security, stressed that if Georgia disagreed, "his participation would not make any sense". Agrba added that he had forwarded a letter with his proposals to Tbilisi, but it remained without response. He recalled that Georgia had previously categorically refused to consider them, but at the recent meetings asked for time "to look into the matter". Agrba suggests that Russian peacekeepers come back to the 102th observation post in the Chkhalta village and that another post be established in the upper part of the Kodori gorge after snow melts off.

Comments
Putin: Russians will go to heaven in case of nuclear war
Putin: Russians will go to heaven in case of nuclear war
Putin: Russians will go to heaven in case of nuclear war
Putin: Russians will go to heaven in case of nuclear war
Is Putin guilty of the Kerch school massacre?
Is Putin guilty of the Kerch school massacre?
Putin blames globalisation for Kerch school shooting that claimed 21 lives
Russian opposition MPs accept pension reform without a fight
Russia delivers technologically advanced S-300 systems to Syria
"Nikki" Haley and the poisoner in the kitchen
US official lashes Europe for working on Nord Stream 2
Bill Clinton's Oval Office disgrace destroyed Yugoslavia
Russian opposition MPs accept pension reform without a fight
Putin: Russians will go to heaven in case of nuclear war
Putin: Russians will go to heaven in case of nuclear war
Russian 'spies' Petrov and Boshirov say they work in fitness industry
Is Putin guilty of the Kerch school massacre?
Bill Clinton's Oval Office disgrace destroyed Yugoslavia
Nuclear strike coming tomorrow? Pentagon and North Korea ready for war
Edward Snowden does not feel safe in Russia
Chief of Russian National Guards declines Navalny's TV debate offer