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Abkhazia: Georgia aggravates the situation in the region2012-04-17 15:18
According to the Abkhazian Foreign Ministry, Georgia is aggravating the situation in the region.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by the BBC Russian, Georgia's decision to withdraw from the treaty on the "Open Skies" aggravates the situation in the region, the Abkhaz Foreign Minister Vyacheslav Chirikba said.
Vyacheslav Chirikba, who held talks with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, called Georgia's actions "provocative" and "destabilizing". He added that the "Georgia's attempt to destabilize the situation will fail".
Recall, April 6, the Georgian Foreign Ministry stated the country decided to terminate its obligations to the Russian Federation in the framework of the Treaty on Open Skies.
It was noted that Georgia adopted this decision on 3 April and has already informed all parties of the Treaty.
"The Georgian side has taken this decision in response to a failure to comply with certain obligations on the part of Russia. In particular, since 2010, Russia aims to use the Treaty to legalize the independence of Georgian regions - Abkhazia and South Ossetia (Tskhinvali region)", Georgian Foreign Ministry said.