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Russia under Putin won't change its position towards Abkhazia and RSO2012-03-05 17:08
Georgian Foreign Minister believes that under Putin Russia's foreign policy won't change.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by the Apsny.ge, Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister Nino Kalandadze believed that under Putin Russia's foreign policy won't change.
According to the edition, Kalandadze stated: "Putin's presidency means that this vast and resource-rich country has again got low re-development perspective. The most important thing is that we and the international community are adequately assessing the situation and have no illusions that after Putin's return Russia's foreign policy is somehow able to change".
Also, according to the RBC.ru, Georgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has condemned Abkhazia and South Ossetia for the conduct of Russian presidential elections, since this event had not been coordinated with the Georgian leadership. Nino Kalandadze said that they "had condemned the conduct of elections on the occupied territories without the consent of the authorities. Elections require a special permit, for which they (the Russian authorities) have not appealed".
The RBC.ru added that Georgian Foreign Ministry had also responded to the statement by the President of Abkhazia Alexander Ankvab, who said he had voted for a presidential candidate Vladimir Putin. After such a statement, "there's no illusions that a part of Georgia was occupied", Kalandadze said.