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Abkhazia: PACE report mispresents the timeline of the August events2009-01-27 12:49
Sokhumi believes that PACE report "The humanitarian consequences of the war between Georgia and Russia" mispresents the true picture of the crisis consequences and includes wrong data concerning Georgian refugees from Abkhazia, states the address of maxim Gvindzhia, the Deputy Foreign Minister of Abkhazia, to Corien Jonker, the Dutch parliamentarian, the representative of the Christian democrats group, ITAR TASS informs.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Considering the concern of the Committee about the security of ethnic Georgians, the Abkhaz side urges to consider other ethnic groups, residing in Abkhazia and South Ossetia in further wordings, as, according to the document, they all directly or indirectly suffered from actions of Georgia, aimed to "escalate conflict in the whole region".
"These actions were the reinforced militarization and aggressive policy of Georgia, in particular, drawing Georgian troops to Kodori Gorge of Abkhazia in July 2006, what was a gross violation of the basic Moscow Agreement and initially created ground for gradual elimination of all peace process between Georgia and Abkhazia", the Deputy Minister said.
According to Gvindzhia, "the plan of the Cliff attack on Abkhazia, prepared by the ministry of Defense of Georgia, very clearly describes the military use of this territory". "Moreover, the Kodori Gorge liberation operation was conducted by Abkhaz army to avoid any civilian victims, for the population was informed about the time and place of the coming bombings. Unlike the citizens of Tskhinval, killed with Georgian bombs after the "peaceful" address of the president of Georgia, Kodori Gorge residents had an opportunity to rescue themselves and, fortunately, they used it", the address states.
According to the Deputy Minister, "Georgia deliberately lowers the estimations of number and arms equipment of Georgian police in Kodori Gorge". "After Kodori Gorge liberation operation Abkhaz army withdrew large-caliber weapons and military equipment enough for over than six thousand servicemen. Speaking of 5100 people who left the territory, do you mean Georgian soldiers serving there on the rotary basis?"