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Georgia believes Russia is behind Bagaph’s statement2009-09-02 13:42
Bagaph's order to sink Georgian vessels violating sea border of Abkhazia, was dictated by Russia, Georgia believes.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"It was done from dictation of Russia, controlling everything in Abkhzia", the Georgian government stated - the Vzglyad. The paper's source mentioned Tbilisi intends tp settle the issue via diplomatic methods.
Previously Georgia Times reported that Sergey Bagapsh, the leader of Abkhazia, ordered the Abkhaz Navy to destroy Georgian ships in case they violate Abkhazian sea border - Interfax.
"I ordered our navy to destroy Georgian ships violating the border of Abkhazia. This step is caused by continuing acts of piracy from the Georgian side", he said today.
"I'd like to highlight that it concerns only the Abkhaz Navy. No Russian navy force are mobilized or will be mobilized for settlement of this issue", Bagapsh added.
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.
"We don't intend to shoot at, in fact, Russian ships," said today Temur Iakobashvili, the State Minister for Reintegration Issues.
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.