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Zatulin: Russian-Abkhazian relations will remain strong2011-05-30 14:13
Director of the Institute of CIS countries, Russian State Duma deputy Konstantin Zatulin said that the death of the President of Abkhazia Sergei Bagapsh will not harm relations between Moscow and Sukhumi.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Ekho Moskvy, Zatulin is sure that the Russian-Abkhaz bilateral relations will remain strong.
At the same time, Russian parliamentarian also believes that domestic policies of Abkhazia will not change significantly in connection with the death of Bagapsh, as Abkhazian economy still needs to be rebuilt and they still have to solve many other problems.
President of Abkhazia underwent a surgery on his right lung, which was successful, on May 21 at the 83rd Clinical Hospital of the Federal Medical-Biological Agency of Russia. Nevertheless, in the last two days the state of Bagapsh has deteriorated, he fell into a coma and he was connected to a medical ventilation apparatus.
The President of Abkhazia, Sergei Bagapsh, has died on May 29, in Moscow on 63-year of life. Alexander Ankvab became acting President of Abkhazia.
Today, May 30, in Moscow a civil service for the head of the Abkhazian government will be held, which Russian President Dmitry Medvedev will visit.