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Abkhazia feels alerted about the UN Security Council new resolution2009-06-09 15:49
The new resolution of the UNSC to be adopted on June 15th , doesn't consider post-August 2008 realities, and causes "alertness" in Abkhazia, said Stanislav Lakoba, the Abkhazian Security Council Secretary - ITAR TASS.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Lakoba underlined that in the recent report by the UN Secretary General some changes in the form took place, but "essence and contents didn't change a bit". The fact of the changed title Report of the Secretary General Presented in accordance with Resolutions 1808 /2008/, 1839/2008/, 1866/2009/ of the UN Security Council, instead of Situation in Abkhazia, Georgia, is presented as a positive fact.
At the same time he emphasized that "in the resolutions the report alludes on, the territorial integrity of Georgia is mentioned, and they contain an allusion to the Moscow Agreement on a Cease-Fire and Separation of Forces of may 14th 1994, and it is, in fact, nonsense, because the situation changed dramatically, and it falls beyond the new reality".
Lakoba believes "the moment of truth is coming for Abkhazia, and if these allusions to the resolutions remain, in legal respect the republic will be a constituent of Georgia for 15-20 years, no matter in which veiled form it will be presented". "In this case we'd better renounce the UN mission, as we cannot struggle for its work in the republic by all means. If, instead of a specific name it will have a vague one like the UN mission on stabilization, or just the UN mission, and there again will be allusions to these resolutions, there is no use to prolong this mission in the territory of Abkhazia", he concluded. "We cannot leave our children and grandchildren such an important issue for decades, as nobody knows what will happen if situation changes. And we might be claimed we were not against these documents", the Security Council of Abkhazia Secretary said.