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Abkhazia: terror as a sign of powerlessness2009-08-14 09:54
It looks like the development of the Abkhazian nationality gives no peace to certain forces in the South Caucasus. Yesterday, Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin paid an official visit to Tbilisi, having promised to provide all the necessary assistance to the young republic. However, the significant event in Abkhazia's life was clouded with two explosions in Gagra and Sukhum. Some people died. Meanwhile, versions have already appeared in the world informational space as to who would want to destabilize the situation in the region.
There was the first explosion about five o'clock in the evening in Gagra: according to ITAR-TASS, the bomb was planted in a trash can near the building of one of the commercial offices. As a result, two people died, and a family, husband, wife and child who were passing by got fragment wounds. Four other people applied to the hospital for medical assistance.
The incident entailed immediate establishment of an investigation committee, which included First Deputy of the Prosecutor General of Abkhazia Beslan Kvitsinia, First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Ramin Gablaya, Head of Administration of Gagra Astamur Ketsba and the officers of local special services, RIA Novosti reports.
About eight o'clock in the evening, another bomb exploded, this time, in the Abkhazian capital. The incident happened a few hundred meters of the Elborus restaurant, where members of the Russian delegation and Russian journalists were present, covering Vladimir Putin's working visit to Abkhazia, as Gazeta reports. http://www.georgiatimes.info/articles/18965.html Luckily, no one got hurt.
At present, the republican security services are investigating a number of explosions; however, some of the security officials have already expressed their opinion on who is interested in such tragedies in Abkhazia. "Of course, one cannot talk about who is responsible for this terrorist act before the report of the criminal lawyers is ready and the investigation is over, - The Moscow Post says with reference to a source in special services. - However, by all appearances, it was aimed at making an attempt to destabilize the situation in the republic. It is no secret that Georgia is interested in such destabilization in Abkhazia and South Ossetia more than other countries. Thus, it is not difficult to guess who actually initiated an attempt either to disrupt Putin's visit to Sukhum, or to cloud it with such an act".