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Abkhazia doesn't regard restoration of railway communication2013-01-21 13:11
President of Abkhazia Alexander Ankvab stated that he saw no prospects for restoring railway communication, the News-Georgia repots.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to him, if the Abkhazian side receives some concrete proposal, it is possible to conduct "collective" discussion. Ankvab noted that he understood the interest of other countries in the restoration of the railway communication through Abkhazia, but he "vaguely" conceived "how it can be done".
As recalled by the IA Regnum, at a press conference in Yerevan on January 17, Prime Minister of Georgia Bidzina Ivanishvili said that the resumption of the railway communication between Russia and Armenia through Abkhazia was possible.
"The opening of the railway is possible even more now. There's no problem in relations between Georgia and Armenia. You know, we had big problems with Russia, and unfortunately, they still remain. We hope and strive to restore and adjust relations with Russia. The most problematic issue is the territorial integrity of Georgia, which is hard to solve quickly. The restoration of the railway is connected to common problems, and will be considered in this context. But I think these problems can be solved much faster than before, if there is the will of all the parties", Ivanishvili said.