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Abkhazia to merge with Transnistria2011-07-06 19:56
Tiraspol: Interior ministers of Abkhazia and Transnistria have signed a cooperation agreement for an unlimited period. Despite Georgia's attempts to retain the breakaway republics within its borders Sukhum and Tskhinval are going their way. Countries with an undetermined status in the world politics are a serious support for their establishing statehoods. Only joint effort can help them get worldwide recognition.
Heads of law-enforcement authorities of both states paid a visit to the Glory Memorial in the capital of Transnistria laying flowers and commemorating police officers that were killed in the line of duty. It is known that borders are not an obstacle to criminals, but since the territories of Abkhazia, South Ossetia and Transnistria seem a precarious place to a number of countries, only they and the Russian Federation can guarantee stable domestic situation there. The States still hope to push Russia out of the sphere of influence in order to play their own geopolitical games in pursuit of US national interests. Referring to Russia's violations of international law, the USA freely forget that their way of handling this serious law seems outrageous to at least a half of UN
But Sukhum and Tiraspol are not simpletons. Protection of public peace and security as well as counteraction to crimes form the foundation of Transnistrian-Abkhaz cooperation where sharing of experience becomes a priceless gift. Naturally, the States have many times proposed to bring a peacekeeping contingent to Transnistria. Yet, everyone understands that from time to time Washington does more harm than good to some countries. That is why in far-away 1993 presidents of Abkhazia, South Ossetia and Transnistria signed a document on friendship and cooperation.
"The most important thing is that we exist. Our ancient dream that we had been pursuing was to be recognized and Russia did it last year. I think, soon the Transnistrian Moldavian Republic will be recognized too. We did it and others will follow suit. Nothing depends on that. The country lives and develops. And nothing changes if it is not recognized", - Abkhaz interior minister Leonid Dzalshba remarked.