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Shamba: Abkhazia won’t return into Georgia2010-06-25 15:08
Sergey Shamba, the PM of Abkhazia, stated the region isn't going to return into Georgia and isn't an "occupied territory", and Tbilisi's strategy towards Abkhazia and South Ossetia has nothing in common with real life - GHN.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Georgia and Abkhazia have different aims, and Abkhaz people isn't going to return into Georgia, - he noted. - Abkhazia received international recognition, though partial, and isn't an "occupied territory". A number of agreements and accords is signed between Russia and Abkhazia, and Russian troops are staying in the republic on a legal basis. They ensure military security of Abkhazia and stability in the region."
In his opinion, Georgia's strategy towards Abkhazia and South Ossetia is totally unrealistic.
"Its only real purpose, as I understand - to ask for money from naïve Europeans for paying for another Georgian risky gambling. It leads to nothing else," he concluded.