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12 March, 2017 23:59
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Ministry of the Foreign Affairs of Georgia responded to so-called parliamentary elections in occupied Abkhazia region

TheMinistry of the Foreign Affairs of Georgia responded to the so-called parliamentary elections in occupied Abkhazia region with a written statement:

On 12 March 2017, the so-called parliamentary elections are being held in occupied Abkhazia region of Georgia. This act represents yet another attempt of legitimization of consequences of several waves of ethnic cleansing, military invasion, occupation and lasting aggression by Russia against the Georgian statehood. Hence, according to the international law, any so-called elections or referendum in the occupied territories of Georgia are illegal and cannot have any legal effect.

The so-called elections take place in the context when the Russian Federation does not comply with its obligations under the 12 August 2008 Ceasefire Agreement and in parallel with intensified military build-up continues the factual annexation of Georgia’s occupied regions through their integration into Russia’s military, political, economic and social system. At the same time, people displaced from Georgia"s occupied territories are deprived of the right to return to the places of their residence whereas the population remaining in these regions suffer ethnic discrimination and gross violations of basic rights and freedoms. Against this background, international security and human rights mechanisms, including representatives of the EU Monitoring Mission are denied access to occupied Abkhazia and Tskhinvali regions of Georgia.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia appeals to the international community to give a due assessment to the illegal so-called parliamentary elections and calls upon the Russian Federation to respect the fundamental norms and principles of international law.

Meeting with Residents of Villages Located alongside Dividing Line

14 September, 2017 , 12:50

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Occupational regime continues demarcation works near Kvesheti village

5 August, 2017 , 17:01

The occupation regime of South Ossetia launched continuing of so-called border demarcation works with arable land near Kvesheti village. -announces 1tv.ge The villages of Jariasheni, Adzvi and Kveshi are adjacent to this

Tskhinvali occupation regime closes administrative border in connection with August war anniversary

5 August, 2017 , 16:33

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Nodar Kharshiladze assesses the Health Minister`s announcement

4 August, 2017 , 16:11

Nodar Kharshiladze, the founder of the Center for Strategic Analysis of Georgia assesses the statement made by the Georgian Health Minister ,on the absence of creeping occupation.            

New sanctions against Russia - Ruling team and opposition evaluate Donald Trump`s move

4 August, 2017 , 13:47

The United States has once again expressed support to Georgia with these sanctions, - The members of the Georgian government are assessing the document signed by US President Donald Trump.         &nb

Facts of violation of Georgia`s territorial integrity should be left without response - Giorgi Margvelashvili

3 August, 2017 , 16:21

The President of Georgia, Giorgi Margvelashvili expresses his concern over digging ditches near the occupied Tskhinvali region and states that this is a continuation oif the creeping occupation. Giorgi Margvelashvili cal

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