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Georgia does not recognize elections in Abkhazia2012-03-14 13:53
Georgian State Minister for Reintegration Eka Tkeshelashvili said that the statements by the PACE and the EU on the so-called parliamentary elections in Abkhazia have expressed their strong position.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by the Abkhazeti.info, Georgian State Minister for Reintegration Eka Tkeshelashvili said that the statements by the PACE and the EU on the so-called parliamentary elections in Abkhazia have expressed their strong position.
Rapporteurs of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) on Georgia Castro Islam and Michael Jensen called the elections in Abkhazia, held March 10, illegal. In turn, the EU Mission in Georgia noted that the EU did not recognize the elections and supported the territorial integrity of Georgia, the edition reported.
Recall, the Deputy U.S. State Department spokesman Mark Toner stated at a press-briefing that the U.S. does not consider the elections in Abkhazia legitimate.
"I want to briefly express our concern about the so-called parliamentary elections in the Georgian region of Abkhazia, held on March 10. The U.S. does not recognize its legitimacy", the edition led Toner's words.
Deputy U.S. State Department spokesman stated that he would like to express the U.S. support of the unity and territorial independence of Georgia.