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Foreign Ministers of Russia and Abkhazia to exchange ratification instruments2008-12-23 11:28
Foreign Ministers of Russia and Abkhazia, Sergey Lavrov and Sergey Shamba respectively, today exchange ratification instruments to the treaty on friendship, collaboration and mutual assistance between Moscow and Sokhumi, ITAR-TASS informs.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Shamba, they plan to discuss most urgent issues concerning the treaty, and the agreements of top priority, among all the ones being planned.
Let us remind that on September, 9th Russia established diplomatic relations with Abkhazia and South Ossetia at the level of embassies, on December, 16th Semen Grigoriev, Russian ambassador to Abkhazia, granted letters of credence to Sergey Bagapsh, the President of Abkhazia.
"I hope that further relations of Abkhazia and Russia will develop. The aid Russia renders Abkhazia systematically in all spheres, is invaluable,"Bagapsh noticed.
Foreign Minister of Abkhazia, called this event a logical conclusion of the struggle people of Abkhazia fought for many decades. "Now great opportunities for interstate cooperation in all spheres are opened up", he noticed.
On September 17th Russia adopted treaties on friendship, collaboration and mutual assistance with Abkhazia and South Ossetia. The documents were signed in Kremlin by Dmitry Medvedev, the President of Russia, Sergey Bagapsh, the President of South Ossetia, and Eduard Kokoyty, the President of South Ossetia. The treaties were ratified by national parliaments of the states.