The Commentary of the MFA of the Republic of Abkhazia

The Commentary of the MFA of the Republic of Abkhazia
27 June 2018 858
Mamuka Bakhtadze made a statement at a briefing in the Georgian government administration as it became known on June 26.  

Mamuka Bakhtadze, the Prime Minister stated that at the moment 33 persons have been added to the" List of Otkhozoriya-Tatunashvili ", who committed various crimes against the citizens of Georgia on the territory of Abkhazia and South Ossetia since 1991 to date.

In view of the circumstances, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Abkhazia expresses grave concern over the extremely destructive actions Georgian government and in particular of Mamuka Bakhtadze,the Prime Minister who are provocative and capable of completely destroying the work of the Geneva international discussions aimed at resolving the existing conflicts in the South Caucasus .

The statement of the Prime Minister of Georgia once again demonstrates the aggressive nature of the policy of the Georgian leadership towards Abkhazia and its citizens and seriously undermines the foundations of the existing negotiating process.
In fact, the Georgian side, presented accusations of violation of the human rights to the citizens of Abkhazia and South Ossetia and added them to the "black list" implying the imposition of the personal sanctions at the international level without any objective reasons.

The Abkhaz side will continue to closely monitor the situation in connection with the decision taken by the Prime Minister of Georgia, directly affecting of the interests of the citizens of the Republic of Abkhazia.

This topic will be brought by the Abkhaz side to the agenda of the upcoming meeting of the participants in the framework of the Incident Prevention and Response Mechanism (IPRM), which will be held on June 27 in Gal.

At the same time, the Abkhaz side assigns all responsibility for the possible destruction of the only international format for the settlement of the conflicts in the South Caucasus personally to Mamuku Bakhtadze, the Prime Minister of Georgia.

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