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Commission for conflict in Caucasus investigation held a meeting with Akishbaya2009-06-04 14:37
Today,in Courtyard Marriott hotel, in the course of their visit to Georgia, representatives of the international commission for conflict in Caucasus investigation held a meeting with Malkhaz Akishbaya, the head of the so-called Abkhazian government in exile.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Before the meeting Akishbaya said he intended to present the experts the detailed information on the situation in Kodori Gorge - both before the beginning of combat actions, and nowadays.
He said the Georgian side has data of the alleged Russia's build-up military presence in the region, human right violation in the territory, ban of Georgian priests from Kodori gorge, conducting military exercise in the gorge.
Several days ago the Commission representatives visited Abkhazia, and today arrived in Tbilisi. The team of international experts, headed by Heidi Tagliavini is holding meetings with representatives of the Georgian government behind the closed doors. The Commission will present the final conclusion in end June.