The Georgian Foreign Ministry is once again not satisfied with the elections in Abkhazia
Georgian Foreign Ministry asked the international community with the next appeal to continue "non-recognition policy in respect of "separatist regions" of the country". As reported by Trend, this appeal is contained in the statement of the Georgian Foreign Ministry.
"No decision related to the subsequent fate of Abkhazia can not be considered legitimate in a situation where three-quarters of the population is not allowed to vote. The crime, committed by "occupiers" and their "marionettes", has radically changed the demographic situation in Abkhazia and has taken away the right to return displaced persons of Georgian, Ukrainian, Armenian, Greek, Estonian, Azeri and other nationalities. And the rights of the remainder of the population in Abkhazia is being violated daily by "occupation regime", and international observers were banned to come to the territory of Abkhazia "- Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
Further, the Georgian Foreign Ministry has once again called upon the international community to adequately assess "a farce" held in Abkhazia on August 26.