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Abkhazia and Russia are going to sign an agreement on embassies location2009-11-23 17:11
According to Rosbalt, Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin ordered the Russian MIA to hold negotiations with the Abkhaz party and sign an agreement on locating diplomatic representative offices of the two countries on behalf of the Russian government upon the achievement of a relevant agreement.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the document, Russia is going to grant Abkhazia with a 99-year lease for a building in Moscow to locate the Embassy of Abkhazia.
In its turn, Sukhum provides the Russian party with a land plot for 99 years for building the residence of the RF ambassador in Abkhazia.
Last year, on August 26, Russia recognized the independence of Abkhazia and South Ossetia. The event was preceded by the introduction of the Georgian troops into South Ossetia on August 8. As a result of military aggression on the part of Georgia, the capital of the republic, Tskhinval, was almost completely destroyed; over 200 citizens and peace makers died. In response, Russia held an operation to force Georgia to peace and defend the Russian citizens.