President of Georgia: Russia is involved in the outbreak of the conflict in Abkhazia

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Georgian leader Georgy Margvelashvili said that in unleashing a "fratricidal war" in Abkhazia, which began on August 14 of 1992, "Russian policy played an important role," the newspaper reported Look.



Since the beginning of the tragic events, exactly 25 years have passed.

According to the president, Georgia is in favor of a peaceful solution to the problem of territorial integrity and expects to restore relations with the Abkhaz and Ossetians. At the same time, Tbilisi will conduct a “principled international policy”.

The beginning of the confrontation brought the hardest consequences both for the Abkhazians and for the Georgians. I really hope that we can correct this huge mistake, and soon the time will come when we can return the hearts of our Abkhaz brothers, with whom we will continue the centuries-old life,
Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili said in turn.

He added that between Georgians and Abkhazians “there should not be a third force”, since it harms both peoples.

The prime minister did not specify what kind of “third force” is being discussed, however, apparently, Russia was meant
which, after the 2008 war, recognized the independence of the former Georgian autonomies - Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
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  1. +20
    14 August 2017 13: 12
    "The policy of Russia played an important role,"
    Of course I did. And not only politics, but also actions. If not for Russia, then there would be no Abkhazia or Ossetia now. And in their place would be areas with completely different names and populations.
    Incidentally, the so-called. Georgian operation in South Ossetia 8.08.08/XNUMX/XNUMX. bore the name "Clean Field".
    1. +3
      14 August 2017 13: 14
      Another peacemaker appeared ...
    2. +10
      14 August 2017 13: 15
      They learned to shift their blame on others from their new friends from across the ocean, and they will probably never be Abkhaz and South Ossetian brothers.
      1. +13
        14 August 2017 13: 21
        "... and expects to restore relations with the Abkhaz and Ossetians." Well, yes, at first they killed and bombed at the direction of striped curators, and now "restore relations." Truly Caucasian male "friendship"!
        1. +9
          14 August 2017 13: 32
          Sasha, come on! American Puppet Theater continues its tour in Georgia ....
    3. 0
      14 August 2017 13: 16
      Quote: x.andvlad
      "The policy of Russia played an important role,"
      Of course I did. And not only politics, but also actions. If it weren’t for Russia, there would be no Abkhazia or Ossetia now. And in their place would be areas with completely different names and populations.

      If Russia would not allow Georgia to secede, there wouldn’t be a war for sure
      1. +4
        14 August 2017 13: 36
        How do you imagine this? Then there was the "parade of sovereignty" proclaimed by Yelkin. Thanks to this bollbob, a lot of problems were created for Russia, both internal and external.
        1. +3
          14 August 2017 13: 59
          And how do you imagine such a parade of sovereignty for 55 years before that? ;-) Even for 25. Where would these immigrants from the USSR be by the end of the day when they announced their intentions. The suppression method is quite simple, but people like Gorbachev cannot use them.
        2. 0
          14 August 2017 14: 04
          Quote: x.andvlad
          How do you imagine this? Then there was the "parade of sovereignty" proclaimed by Yelkin. Thanks to this bollbob, a lot of problems were created for Russia, both internal and external.

          That's exactly what happened, but might not have been.
      2. +2
        14 August 2017 14: 12
        Quote: Wend

        If Russia would not allow Georgia to secede, there wouldn’t be a war for sure

        Those. it was necessary in 1991, to occupy Georgia ?? What Army troops? The Soviet remained to exist for several months, the Russian was not yet ... An unfinished CIS and a general mess appeared. In those conditions, no one would take responsibility for a major military operation. And then there were no normal people in power capable of such a thing.
        1. +4
          14 August 2017 14: 21
          Armies were then more than enough, like other repressive structures. But there was no person at the head of state capable of making such a decision. There was only Mikhalsergeich who, according to his words, knew everything last, and so convincingly resented that everyone had decided without him, and he would not have allowed such a thing.
        2. 0
          14 August 2017 14: 36
          Quote: DMB_95
          Quote: Wend

          If Russia would not allow Georgia to secede, there wouldn’t be a war for sure

          Those. it was necessary in 1991, to occupy Georgia ?? What Army troops? The Soviet remained to exist for several months, the Russian was not yet ... An unfinished CIS and a general mess appeared. In those conditions, no one would take responsibility for a major military operation. And then there were no normal people in power capable of such a thing.

          They didn’t let Chechnya go. So they could, but did not. Probably either agreed or paid a good bribe.
          1. +2
            14 August 2017 14: 50
            Quote: Wend

            They didn’t let Chechnya go. So they could, but did not. Probably either agreed or paid a good bribe.

            According to the Constitution, Chechnya was part of Russia, and it was 1994, and we already had our own Army and our own Ministry of Internal Affairs to carry out the operation in Chechnya. And with Georgia in 1991 everything would be more complicated. And why should Russia “not let go” of Georgia? 14 (!) Republics then left.
            1. 0
              14 August 2017 15: 50
              Quote: DMB_95
              Quote: Wend

              They didn’t let Chechnya go. So they could, but did not. Probably either agreed or paid a good bribe.

              According to the Constitution, Chechnya was part of Russia, and it was 1994, and we already had our own Army and our own Ministry of Internal Affairs to carry out the operation in Chechnya. And with Georgia in 1991 everything would be more complicated. And why should Russia “not let go” of Georgia? 14 (!) Republics then left.

              But Georgia was not part of the USSR?
    4. +3
      14 August 2017 13: 34
      Who is friend and who is enemy, Abkhazia and South Ossetia will sort it out somehow.
    5. 0
      14 August 2017 13: 44
      With whom Mishiko is going to continue his “centuries-old” life is another question. Another thing is how much is left for him? belay
    6. mvg
      +1
      14 August 2017 13: 46
      And in their place would be areas with completely different names and populations.

      The key word is "population." Do not tell me, but now the population is there? And what is actually doing? Again sitting on the neck of Russia?
      1. 0
        15 August 2017 10: 03
        Here I am about the same. Was it really necessary to intercede for the hache?
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  3. +1
    14 August 2017 13: 13
    You attacked ours. 100 million for every family. Waiting for payouts
  4. +7
    14 August 2017 13: 16
    when we can return the hearts of our Abkhaz brothers with whom we will continue our centuries-old life,

    What other brothers? I was with my family in Abkhazia that year, and when we were traveling with a local taxi driver, I asked, what are so many abandoned houses? he answered MAT that it was the home of the Georgians who left these parts during the war! I say so give these houses to the locals, let them populate or discover something! the answer is also MAT that no one even goes to these houses for need, they say it's disgusting even to approach them.

    So, the conversation is the real truth, and how they fraternized gathered together I can’t imagine!
    1. +1
      14 August 2017 13: 30
      Quote: salat
      when we can return the hearts of our Abkhaz brothers

      Olympic base of the Soviet Union. I live by this, that there Khomichusom and Tkachenko played a dog. But Sabonis rode his Olympic medal
  5. +2
    14 August 2017 13: 21
    At the same time, Tbilisi will conduct a “principled international policy”.
    ---------------------------
    Moving in line with US policy, as I understand it, then let your Tsinandali, Mukuzani, Rkatsiteli and Borzhom sell in the USA, fly to the USA and in general. What are they doing in Russia? We have been making good wines in the Kuban for a long time. I like the Kuban or Crimean Chardonnay for 200 rubles more than the Alazani Valley for 440.
    PS True Apsny or Lykhny for 370, I also hardly buy.
  6. +2
    14 August 2017 13: 23
    It is evident that this third force forced Gamsakhurdia and the rest of the Georgians not to consider Ossetians and Abkhazians as people.
  7. 0
    14 August 2017 13: 25
    GMO suffered through pipes .. here is the reaction to a visit to Abkhazia
  8. +2
    14 August 2017 13: 27
    And you try to make friends with the Abkhaz! When they literally EVERY family have losses.
    And each house contains military weapons, according to the number of men ... How are you going to drown this memory?
  9. ZVS
    +2
    14 August 2017 13: 35
    The President of Georgia is not at all friendly with his head. Georgians pissed off Abkhazia, and Russia is to blame?
    1. +1
      14 August 2017 13: 43
      Quote: SU
      The President of Georgia is not at all friendly with his head. Georgians pissed off Abkhazia, and Russia is to blame?

      So in Russia you can blame all the "bumps" of the World, for the same they give in the teeth. Yes, so that they spat out along with the gums. angry
      Here mongrel and try, and rodents at the very beginning of the barking stand.
  10. +3
    14 August 2017 13: 40
    It’s not my fault, he himself came ...
  11. +1
    14 August 2017 13: 41
    According to the president, Georgia stands for a peaceful solution to the problem of territorial integrity and expects to restore relations with the Abkhaz and Ossetians.

    So you do not have to calculate, but just DO !!! Do not wag your tongue, but WORK on the problem.
    All the worthlessness of politicians emerges when, instead of doing things, they outline only intentions and do not reinforce them with anything.
    He added that between Georgians and Abkhazians “there should not be a third force”, since it harms both peoples.

    A “third force” is needed so that you don’t completely cut each other out, otherwise you won’t calm down. Yes
  12. +2
    14 August 2017 13: 42
    Georgia several times tried to subjugate Abkhazia and Ossetia with weapons, which led to large casualties among the population of these republics - this is the result of the policy of Georgia ... And now these hypocritical bastards blame Russia for the conflict ?! Who is this lie intended for ?!
    Russia should not leave such false statements without an answer, the answer must be tough and economically painful ...
  13. 0
    14 August 2017 14: 28
    Yes, we ourselves know that Yeltsin is a goat. Not a rash, George, salt to the wound.
  14. 0
    14 August 2017 14: 39
    How are Georgians going to return the hearts of Abkhazians and Ossetians, after all that they have done? It is terrible to say, but it seems in their thoughts the same as the IS terrorists: there, too, they were interested in the hearts of the Syrians.
    What kind of third force influences relations between nations, if Georgians themselves have proved that they will exterminate these nations. 08.08.08/08.08.08/XNUMX I remember well: I quit all household chores and watched what was happening on the Internet. It was a surprise even for Putin, probably at that time he understood what kind of friend Bush was, who simply did not notice Putin, so as not to hear uncomfortable questions. Many generations of Ossetians will not be able to forgive Georgia for the attack on Tskhinval, and there is no reason to, for there is nothing to be expected from the Georgians except how to finish what started on XNUMX.
  15. +1
    14 August 2017 14: 59
    in the outbreak of the "fratricidal war" in Abkhazia, which began on August 14, 1992, "the policy of Russia played an important role"

    It seems that they forgot whom Russia forced the world to
  16. BVS
    0
    14 August 2017 16: 06
    Quote: Ratmir_Ryazan
    Georgia several times tried to subjugate Abkhazia and Ossetia with weapons, which led to large casualties among the population of these republics - this is the result of the policy of Georgia ... And now these hypocritical bastards blame Russia for the conflict ?! Who is this lie intended for ?!
    Russia should not leave such false statements without an answer, the answer must be tough and economically painful ...

    A remark by analogy: 1. Quote from an article - “Georgia tried several times to conquer Abkhazia and Ossetia with weapons” (unsuccessfully);
    2. History - Russia several times tried to conquer Chechnya (the last time successfully).
    Conclusion: Winners are not judged, both cases are similar, namely, the central government of the country, with fire and sword, forces regions requiring independence to be submissive.
    1. 0
      15 August 2017 10: 40
      Quote: bvs
      Conclusion: Winners are not judged, both cases are similar, namely, the central government of the country, with fire and sword, forces regions requiring independence to be submissive.

      You pose nonsense. The cases you have cited are completely different. Federal troops in Chechnya did not purposefully exterminate the people. Maybe sometimes there were "mistakes", but they were not focused.
      The goals of Georgia, as now in Ukraine, are inhuman. Their goals are to exterminate the population of the rebel territories along ethnic lines.
  17. 0
    14 August 2017 23: 23
    The Georgians forgot that Abkhazia and South Ossetia were only part of the Georgian SSR.
  18. 0
    15 August 2017 06: 47
    Another mongrel began to yap.
  19. 0
    15 August 2017 08: 03
    The Georgians cut off their heads to my two Abkhazian peasant brothers. and the atrocities of Georgians will never be forgiven
  20. 0
    15 August 2017 10: 20
    Poor Ossetians and Abkhazians do not even suspect their “happiness”, that’s how Russia would not intervene and there would be no problems, American destroyers would have been in Sukhumi, Abramsi would ride in Tskhinvali, and officials from Georgia would receive their honestly earned judahs silver coins
  21. BVS
    0
    15 August 2017 14: 46
    Quote: x.andvlad
    Quote: bvs
    Conclusion: Winners are not judged, both cases are similar, namely, the central government of the country, with fire and sword, forces regions requiring independence to be submissive.

    You pose nonsense. The cases you have cited are completely different. Federal troops in Chechnya did not purposefully exterminate the people. Maybe sometimes there were "mistakes", but they were not focused.
    The goals of Georgia, as now in Ukraine, are inhuman. Their goals are to exterminate the population of the rebel territories along ethnic lines.

    "Hr * n radish is not sweeter." There are facts in both cases, and their assessment depends on the position of the evaluator.

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