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Russia’s Ambassador to Georgia to protect Russian interests in Armenia from now on2009-07-10 17:53
Russia's Ambassador to Georgia Vyacheslav Kovalenko who left Tbilisi after the start of hostilities in South Ossetia last August starts protecting Russia's interests in Armenia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Kovalenko's new appointment was reported on Russian Foreign Ministry site today, RIA Novosti reports.
Russia recognized South Ossetia's and Abkhazia's independence following the Georgian military aggression against South Ossetia.
Tbilisi reacted by breaking diplomatic relations with Moscow announcing two Transcaucasian republics its occupied territories. Now Russian interests in Georgia are represented by the Swiss Embassy.