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Russia intends to support Abkhazia and Ossetia independence
15.02.2008 13:42
Russia intends to support Abkhazia and Ossetia independence
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Today Russia has declared it is to change its position on Abkhazia and South Ossetia status in case of Kosovos independence recognition, reported the Russian Foreign Ministry.
      
      At that Russia intends to contribute to the peaceful settlement of Georgian- Abkhazian and Georgian South Ossetian conflicts according to the present agreements and it is to resist to any military attempts to solve the problem.
      
      This statement was claimed after the meeting of the Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, the Abkhazian president Sergey Bagapsh and the head of South Ossetia Eduard Koyota. During the meeting all the sided confirmed their intention to raise the issue of renewal of the negotiation process of the conflict settlement.
      
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