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Georgia promised not to shoot at Russian ships in Abkhazia2009-09-02 11:55
Tbilisi doesn't intend to start a military confrontation with the Russian navy, which is planning to secure the basin of Abkhazia from captures of vessels by the Georgian side.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"We don't intend to shoot at, in fact, Russian ships," said today Temur Iakobashvili, the State Minister for Reintegration Issues - the Vzglyad.
He added Georgia had nothing against ships' entering Abkhazian waters, but ‘everything has its rules and laws".
Yesterday the foreign Ministry of Georgia protested against Russia's plans to secure the waters of Abkhazia. Tbilisi intends to use all the legal and political ways to oppress Moscow's trials to stop detentions of vessels in Abkhazian basin by the Georgian side.
On August 28th Evgheniy Inchin, the Deputy Chief of Border guard of the FSS [Federal Security Service of Russia] stated that the FSS Coastal Guard, together with Abkhaz border guards, will ensure security of vessels entering Abkhazian basin, from detentions from the Georgian side.