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Russia seeks an agreement on nonuse of force between Georgia and Abkhazia2012-04-17 16:21
Moscow continues seeking conclusion of an agreement on the nonuse of force between Georgia and Abkhazia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by the RIA Novosti, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov stated today that Moscow continued seeking conclusion of an agreement on the nonuse of force between Georgia and Abkhazia.
"We reaffirmed the need to continue working towards a binding agreement on the nonuse of force, which would preclude the criminal military adventures of Saakashvili's regime, which were taken in August 2008", the minister said after talks with his Abkhaz counterpart in Moscow.
Russian Foreign Minister also stressed the importance of an unbiased approach to the situation in the North Caucasus, the edition reported.
Recall, Russia recognized independence of Abkhazia and South Ossetia in 2008, after Georgia's attack on South Ossetia and its capital Tskhinval.