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Don Cossack on the Georgian-Abkhaz war

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September 27 in Georgia is celebrated as the Day of Remembrance and Hope. In the Republic of Abkhazia, the same date is celebrated as Independence Day. On this day, in 1993, the Georgian armed units were driven out of the city of Sukhumi ... I met one of the participants of these events, Vladislav Kislyakov, in a correctional colony, where Vladislav is serving a sentence under the grave article of the Criminal Code. But this is completely different. история...


Don Cossack on the Georgian-Abkhaz war


To organize a conversation was not easy. Vladislav Kislyakov is in a strict regime colony and communication with him for well-known reasons is limited. It may be, he himself would not like to recall those events, but comrades on arms he was told to "have to". GUFSIN leadership also gave "good". The meeting took place in the office of the deputy head of the colony.

The door opened, a thin guy in a black zek form entered. Vladislav took with him the only photograph left in memory of Abkhazia. It was made in 1993. On it, he was photographed with two friends from a separate Cossack Don hundreds (OKDS). They look like little boys, who were given to hold the machine guns in their hands. Vladislav (he is on the left) on this card the entire 16 years. But these boys took Sukhumi, and became the winners in a very childless war. Both guys who starred with Vladislav Kislyakov are no longer alive ...

We are talking about events that, although they have become history, are still relevant. A fragile peace reigns in Abkhazia, which at any time can turn into a new war. Vladislav Kislyakov talks about the war, how he saw it from his side of the front. It is possible that there will be people who remember these very same events from opposite positions, quite differently ...

- Vladislav, you were one of the youngest participants in the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict. What made you take a gun in 16 years and go to war?

- In 1993, I just finished eighth grade. I have not yet decided on my life choice, I was looking for myself. But for two years he was in the Cossack movement, namely in the 96 regiment. Remember, in the beginning of the 90-s collapse, anarchy, distemper reigned in the country. Everything collapsed around. And the guys from the 96 regiment were firm, disciplined, and most importantly, they were engaged in the real business ... These are events in Salsk, then in Veshenskaya. In 14 years I escorted the regimental guys to Transnistria.
At that time I read a lot about the ataman Krasnov, I was fascinated by his ideas about the Republic of the Cossacks. And when I heard that they were recruiting volunteers to Abkhazia, I firmly decided to go. First of all, to experience yourself.

- Why did you decide to take the side of the Abkhaz and not the Georgians?

- After Georgian troops landed on the beaches in Gagra with amphibious ships, massacres of civilians and holidaymakers began in Abkhazia. The landing force consisted of fighters "Mkhedrioni" - the personal guard of the Georgian kingpin Jba Ioseliani. Among them were many criminals who were specifically released for this purpose from Georgian prisons. When we took a fight with their positions, they found piles of drugs ...

In those days, the Minister of Defense of Abkhazia came to Rostov. An agreement was signed with the Confederation of the Peoples of the Caucasus and the Union of Cossacks of the South of Russia and Abroad (which included our 96 regiment) on rendering assistance to the people of Abkhazia. Our chieftains then were Vladimir Popov and Viktor Ratiev ...
I had to go to fraud: I added myself three years and said that I was 19. Together with a group of similar volunteers 28, April 1993 of the year boarded a train of the southern direction.

- How many volunteer groups?

- In my memory, seven groups of 25-30 people went to Abkhazia. There were Rostovites, guys from Azov, Bataysk, Kamensk, Salsk ... We were bought tickets to Khosta, there we were loaded onto a bus. In Sochi, issued certificates on which we crossed the border through Psou. They met us there. In the temporary headquarters were interviewed.
In the special section, conversations lasted a maximum of 15 minutes. I stayed there for about an hour. Colonel Grandfather Valery Nikolayevich Arshba asked me everything: why are you lying that you are 19 years old? I wanted to send back to Rostov. But I convinced him that I had to stay.

A week later we were outfitted, armed. We were taken to the landfill, where layouts were built for practicing street battles. We already knew that we were being prepared for the storming of Sukhumi. The instructor officers taught us very intensively, with a military specialization. I became a grenade launcher.
The first unsuccessful attack on Sukhumi was undertaken in mid-March, and I did not participate in it. Then the first echelon of the attackers entered the city center, in which there were Abkhazians, Cossacks and Chechens. But the second two echelons did not go on the attack, the attack choked. A few days the guys went back to their own, many died.

“Did you get paid to take part in the war?”

- From the very beginning, about any money even out of the question. I emphasize that we were all VOLUNTEERS. In the Abkhazian army we were put on a allowance, including money. They gave out about three thousand rubles. For those times it was ridiculous money. All that was needed was tobacco and personal hygiene items.

In May, we were transferred to positions near the village of Upper Escher, north of Sukhumi. The front line ran along the river Gumista. Airplanes were constantly flying over us: Su-25 and Su-27 attack aircraft. Bombed and Sukhumi, and Gudauta. Where are our planes, and where are Georgian, it was not clear: everyone has red stars on their wings. Once a Georgian plane was shot down, a pilot ejected into our territory. I saw him brought to headquarters with a blindfold. The pilot was Russian. I do not know his future fate.

There was a positional war: trench lines, dugouts, the struggle for dominant heights, artillery and mortar attacks ... In the early stages, the Georgian army acted more actively, thanks to better weapons, support aviation. They occupied most of the heights. Georgian "Grads" stood on Mount Tsugurovka, they did not allow our assault groups to advance. We had more people, but only light small arms. The situation was turned over (this is no longer a secret) when arms from Russia began to arrive in Abkhazia.

Many volunteers fought on the Abkhaz side: three Slavic battalions, four Cossack battalions, as well as units of the Confederation of Peoples of the Caucasus: Chechens, Ossetians, Kabardians. They all commanded Shamil Basayev, who later became a terrorist number 1. The relationship between the Cossacks and the Confederates was fraternal: they went to visit each other, sharing food, cartridges, and smoking.

- Remember your first fight?

- We were tasked with eliminating the breakthrough of the Georgian sabotage and reconnaissance group. They set up an ambush, the enemy came at us at night. I remember that I felt very uncomfortable in a night vision device.
The battle lasted only ten minutes. I worked from a grenade launcher, fired at flashes. When it's over, let's go watch the corpses. For the first time I saw what mine explosive wounds are: blood, torn meat. Then I vomited so much, I was ashamed in front of my comrades. But the more experienced boys said it was a completely natural reaction.
We lost two fighters. Georgian troops were completely destroyed.

- Was it scary?

- The only time I was scared on the train on the way to war. Psychologically screwed himself. When shooting, adrenaline kills fear.

- How was Sukhumi taken?

- In August, the Eshromskoye offensive began (after the name of the mountain settlement). Bypassing the mountains, we took Sukhumi in a half ring from the northeast. We reached the 920 height (Mount Apianda), entrenched on it. Sukhumi lay before us as in the palm of your hand.

At the same time, a naval landing in the village of Tamysh, 80 kilometers south of Sukhumi, was landed from two barges. There was a group of volunteer special forces “Edelweiss”: former “Afghans”, Kuban and Terek Cossacks, Chechens. The city was cut off by Tbilisi, so they could not bring reinforcements from the Georgian side here. An antenna station was destroyed.
On Tamysh, by the way, there was a monkey nursery destroyed by the war. Many fighters took monkeys for themselves. My friend Chechen Usman, then for a long time dragged a little monkey on his shoulder ...

In August we did not enter Sukhumi, because a truce was announced. However, it was not respected on both sides: the shootings did not stop. Then, during the Georgian artillery attack, the commander of our reconnaissance platoon Renat and another guy from the Rostov region, named Andrei, died. I and their three comrades let down their corpses from the mountain.

A few days later, a treaty was signed, according to which all the armed forces were withdrawn from the battle zone from both sides. We were taken by buses, which the locals threw flowers. Victory parade was held in Maykop. But they did not let us go home, settled in a tent camp. And soon it was announced that the Georgian side had violated the terms of the truce. We were transferred to the previous positions, and then the real attack on Sukhumi began. The Eastern Front forced Gumista and went into a frontal assault. The city was taken for 11 days.

The fighting was not only in Sukhumi. At the same time, Moscow was no less hot: the troops took the White House, they shot him from tanks. I do not presume to draw analogies, but the connection between these events in my opinion is obvious. The coincidence between the assault on Sukhumi and the capture of the White House was almost clockwise.

We descended from the mountains on the east side, squeezing the ring of attack. They acted in groups of 7-8 people: several machine gunners, a machine gunner, a grenade thrower, a sniper. Later, this tactic proved to be effective during the Chechen campaign.
The assault was not easy: many houses on our way were turned into fortresses. Were equipped and long-term firing points. I personally burned one of them with a shot from the Bumblebee flame thrower. This time, aviation helped us well. In the sky constantly hung "turntables".

The most combat-ready units from the Georgian side were those that consisted of Svans — the Highlanders, not spoiled by the benefits of civilization. Western Ukrainians, members of the UNA-UNSO, also fought hard against us. In particular, the well-known mercenary Sashko Bily, who later fought against Russia and in Chechnya, and boasted about his exploits on television. For him, the Abkhaz even announced a reward. It is a pity that he did not get us then.
The heaviest battles were in the center of Sukhumi, especially near the Council of Ministers building. Desperate guys defended there for almost a week: they mined the lower floors, cutting off the path of retreat to themselves, and fired from the upper ones. As a result, the building was set on fire, they all burned down there. Fought to the last, which is certainly worthy of respect.

- In the war did not take prisoners?

- War is war. Captured is both extra weight and extra mouth. If they took, only for the exchange of our prisoners. On the other hand was the same.

- When you announced the victory?

- Our hundred, like other volunteer units, did not linger in Sukhumi. They moved west to the Gali district, pursuing the retreating Georgian units. The operation ended on the 20 in October, when we reached the right bank of the Inguri River, where the historical border between Abkhazia and Georgia lies. Our commander Yuri Blinov built a hundred and said: guys, finish. War is over. We began to shoot into the air with all types of weapons. Probably it was on Victory Day in 1945.

Two guys from our hundred married Abkhaz girls and remained to live in the republic. One of them became the deputy head of the administration of the Gagrinsky district, the second - a deputy in the parliament of Abkhazia.

- Is it true that you were at the wedding of Shamil Basayev?

- At the front we saw Shamil quite often. He commanded all the troops of the confederation. In his personal subordination was also a unit consisting of Chechens. This is the “Abkhaz battalion”, which later became notorious in connection with the events in Budenovsk. Chechens, by the way, occupied neighboring positions at 920 height under Sukhumi. In those trenches were also Salman Raduyev Ruslan Gelayev, which also will not soon be forgotten in Russia. I communicated with them all normally.
Basayev wore a beard, but not as thick as in recent years. At first it was interesting to speak with him, he was a well-read man. But the idea of ​​fixing him was the Islamization of Abkhazia, and he somehow reduced any conversation to Islam. We have distanced ourselves from such disputes.

Once, when we rested in Gudauta (after three weeks in positions we were taken to rest in the rear), Chechens came to us on several buses: guys, Shamil is getting married, inviting you to the wedding. We arrived in Gagra, in a huge private house. I did not see such large mansions at that moment. The people were at least 500 people. Abkhazian and Chechen dishes were served, chacha flowed like a river. By the way, the Chechens at the wedding were not more than ten people, as I understood, they are all from teip Shamil. The wedding walked for three days, during which time the Chechens did not drink a single drop of alcohol, only juice or drinks. The bride was dressed in white, with her face covered. Only eyes looked out.

- What were the losses in the Cossack hundred?

- From 147 man we lost 17 mates. Four were buried there, others tried to send the rest home: to Bataysk, Rostov, Kamensk ...
When it was all over, I took a bus to Psou, crossed the bridge on foot and left for Rostov by train.

- Did it bother you that you shot at your former compatriots, citizens of the Soviet Union?

- I did not fight for the USSR, but for the Republic of Cossacks, the dream of Ataman Krasnov. Historically, the land of the Kuban Army stretched to the village of Gudauta, the border ran along the Black River. My comrades also believed that they were fighting for their Cossack interests.

- You do not dream that war?

- Not. Dreams of war are tales.
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  1. Deniska999
    Deniska999 April 6 2013 15: 18
    +7
    Interesting article. Thank.
    1. Joker
      Joker April 6 2013 16: 54
      +7
      Well, as I understand it, he got into prison because of this http://www.shturmnovosti.com/view.php?id=25574
      1. Geisenberg
        Geisenberg April 7 2013 02: 22
        0
        Colorful personality.
  2. domokl
    domokl April 6 2013 15: 27
    11
    A man’s life shook ... Everyone can judge now, but ... For your interests, for your ideas, for your beliefs you have to fight ... Fists, machine gun, clave computer, but fight ... The man was sure of his innocence ..God is his judge ..
    1. Ustas
      Ustas April 7 2013 07: 56
      +1
      Quote: domokl
      The man’s life shook ... For your interests, for your ideas, for your beliefs you have to fight ....

      - I fought not for the USSR, but for the republic of Cossack

      And it was necessary to fight for Russia.
  3. George
    George April 6 2013 15: 28
    +2
    Interesting article .
    The formation of the Cossack.
  4. Krasnoyarsk
    Krasnoyarsk April 6 2013 15: 46
    +9
    And then roosters from the Confederation of Caucasian Peoples slaughtered Russians in Chechnya.
    1. Krapovy32
      Krapovy32 April 6 2013 16: 24
      +7
      Krasnoyarsk

      Well, it’s not his fault, he didn’t give them orders. A difficult and sad fate, but he is a warrior. But these same boys in the Great Patriotic War fought and died like men.
  5. treskoed
    treskoed April 6 2013 16: 15
    +3
    Damaged the life of a guy ... But is it necessary to take a machine at 16 years old for a war in a foreign land?
  6. de klermon
    de klermon April 6 2013 16: 29
    10
    What have you done Mother Russia? What did the Cossacks do before you?
    Or did we protect you poorly, or in the churches did not pray for you?
    Remember, Dear, we are your children, And children cannot be offended by their mother.
    In difficult times, you call us, and the Cossacks, as one, all will help!
    Always remember that trouble is not trouble, If a Cossack is at your borders.
    He will protect and feed you. Remember him, he will not forget you.
    This is not a fairy tale, not a parable, but a reality! People were offended by fate ...
    They remember in the steppe that drooping feather grass, a black raven over his head ...
  7. de klermon
    de klermon April 6 2013 16: 34
    +5
    How was it necessary to bring the Cossacks to start fighting for "Cossack"?! ..
    Before that, this was only in the first "civilian" 1918-1922 !!!
    Extra evidence that in the 90s in our country there was a war. Real. General civil.
    1. tank74
      tank74 April 6 2013 18: 41
      +3
      THIS IDEA ABOUT THE CAUCASIAN AND NOW MANY REMAIN
  8. WWW.budanov
    WWW.budanov April 6 2013 16: 40
    +5
    YES! Many personalities possess, like rough diamonds, brilliant qualities hidden under a rough appearance.
    (Decim Junior Juvenal).
    BUT, I would take him to my place (for the first year!). Such a Cossack has already formed as a PERSONALITY. Now he will need both the Right Course and the Purpose of Life ... And Russia, like a Mother, "has long been waiting for its WARRIORS."
  9. Cossack
    Cossack April 6 2013 16: 49
    16
    He served in Karabakh in Stepanakert, the 366th Main Military Medical Directorate. Two times he was in Abkhazia in Ochamchir and Sukhum. I got a good vaccination from the war ... I saw the consequences of how the once good neighbors sawed each other alive on circulars and cut their heads with knives. As if ordinary people instantly turned into monsters ... Forge me to make me fight for other people's money and crazy ideas of politicians and nationalists of all stripes ... I’ll take up arms only to protect my home (in the broad sense of the word) ...
    And this kid was brainwashed at the age of 16 ... Cannon fodder is needed always and everywhere ... And the "grandfather-colonel" ... I had to kick the kid home, but he needed meat and he left him ... They will not kill This boy "grandpa" was deep in the ass!
    Now we have what we have ... "Becoming a Cossack" damn ...
    What he told him is true. But the PURE truth is much more terrible and terrible. I feel sorry for him ... I think that if he had not had a "legal" opportunity to kill at the age of 16, then even now he would not have been in prison ...
    1. sscha
      sscha April 6 2013 20: 56
      0
      And also the danger is such "WWW.budanоv ..."
      "The right course .... Purpose in life ..."
      I myself can’t stand a wimp ... but not for an idea, but just for MOM, DAD, CHILDREN,
      GOOD NEIGHBOR, FRIENDS OF MY LIFE ...
      "Cossack" - I agree with you!
      P. s. That is why they take the "BUDANOV" and the hedgehog with him - how did Hitler "take" the Hitler Youth ... hi
  10. Black
    Black April 6 2013 17: 25
    +4
    This grandfather, Colonel, threw the child into the fire. Parents, too, where were they !?
    At such an age, a sip of war will not pass without a trace.
    1. Nick
      Nick April 6 2013 18: 14
      +1
      Quote: Chen
      At such an age, a sip of war will not pass without a trace.

      As we see, and did not pass ...
    2. Semurg
      Semurg April 6 2013 18: 30
      0
      If you put Syria instead of Abkhazia and an Islamist instead of a Cossack? True, there were young ideals and everything else, but the grandfather was a colonel, although he carried out his task of hiring militants.
    3. Krapovy32
      Krapovy32 April 6 2013 20: 01
      +2
      Black


      Naturally, the guy is serving time. It would be his energy and in the right direction to put in time ... otherwise, fate would have developed.
  11. Bear52
    Bear52 April 6 2013 18: 01
    +1
    And I can understand the kid! Himself in 20 (!!!) years in the rank of Mikromayorsky was ready ... and wondered - where is the set of volunteers in the Inter-brigade? In Chile, who remembers ...
    He was still less than a year old winked
  12. waisson
    waisson April 6 2013 19: 43
    0
    в
    In which year I was in Serbia
    1. воронов
      воронов April 6 2013 23: 30
      0
      Why are you interested in?
      1. waisson
        waisson April 7 2013 01: 17
        +1
        I was there I want to drive out who you are. It hurts sweetly you write about fear in the war so a person who did not take part in any actions can write
  13. APASUS
    APASUS April 6 2013 20: 33
    0
    Some kind of s.uk was selling addresses at headquarters, they called me a couple of times with similar offers.
  14. Starshina wmf
    Starshina wmf April 6 2013 20: 54
    +1
    I don’t remember exactly, but it seems that Krasnov served the Germans in World War II.
    1. воронов
      воронов April 6 2013 23: 28
      +1
      For which he and Vlasov were hanged in 1945.
    2. Viking
      Viking April 6 2013 23: 29
      +2
      Quote: Starshina wmf
      but it seems that Krasnov served the Germans in World War II.

      Absolutely.

      Since September 1943, Krasnov - head of the Main Directorate of Cossack Forces of the Imperial Ministry of the Eastern Occupied Territories of Germany (German: Reichsministerium für die besetzten Ostgebiete), took a direct part in the formation of Cossack units for the struggle as a part of the Wehrmacht against the USSR; participated in the creation of the "Cossack camp."
      In May 1945, he surrendered to the British, and in Lienz (Austria) on May 28, 1945, together with 2,4 thousand Cossack officers, he was extradited by the English command of the Soviet military administration. He was transported to Moscow, where he was detained in Butyrka prison.
      The military collegium of the Supreme Court of the USSR decided to execute Krasnov and other Cossack and mountain generals who served the Nazis: Shkuro, Sultan-Girey Klych, von Pannwitz, together with other officers, for “waging an armed struggle against the Soviet Union and the White Guards formed by them carried out active espionage and sabotage and terrorist activities against the USSR. " By the verdict of the Military Collegium of the Supreme Court of the USSR P.N. Krasnov hanged in Moscow, in Lefortovo prison on January 16, 1947
      1. Black Colonel
        Black Colonel April 8 2013 12: 42
        0
        The Vlasovs, Krasnovs and others like them at different levels were created by the Soviet government itself by the universal extermination of the Cossacks, dekulakization (my grandmother and grandfather on my paternal grandmother's uncle twice dekulakize), corral everyone in state and collective farms. This was not only in the Cossack regions, but throughout the USSR. All this and Thoughtless repressions only increased the number of "friends of the Soviets"
  15. pinecone
    pinecone April 6 2013 21: 16
    +4
    The fighting was not only in Sukhumi. At the same time in Moscow it was no less hot: the troops took the "White House", it was shot from tanks. I do not dare to draw analogies, but the connection between these events is obvious in my opinion. The coincidence between the assault of Sukhumi and the capture of the White House was almost by the hour.

    The most remarkable passage from the whole story.
    1. dropout
      dropout April 7 2013 15: 52
      0
      Quote: pinecone
      . At the same time, Moscow was no less hot:


      We still do not know much, perhaps we will never know.
  16. Apsui
    Apsui April 6 2013 23: 56
    +2
    This Vlad did not fight for more than one day, I know him. He spent a lot of time in Gudauta and got off safely before each offensive. He came after the capture of Sukhum, purely for the "marauder". Even this "Cossack". He put on a foreign order and propagandizes in Odnoklassniki ". Spit in his face at the meeting and tell him that from the soldiers of the OKDS (Separately Don Cossack Hundreds) with whom he was supposed to go to the landing, but left for the Don.shnik shorter and served time in the zone as a" jerk ".
  17. politruk419
    politruk419 April 7 2013 04: 28
    +1
    Quote: Apsui
    This Vlad did not fight for more than one day, I know him. He spent a lot of time in Gudauta and got off safely before each offensive. He arrived after the capture of Sukhum, purely for the "marauder". That same "Cossack"

    In what way .... can you tell me what?
    I’m not scoffing. It's just that the Abkhaz wrote a lot about it. Well, this is understandable, they fought for their House. But the Cossacks and "Cossacks" usually do not advertise their participation.
  18. Apsui
    Apsui April 7 2013 08: 53
    +1
    I am not mocking. It's just that the Abkhaz wrote a lot about this. Well, this is understandable, they fought for their House. But the Cossacks and "Cossacks" usually do not advertise their participation. [/ Quote]
    And what to tell? Basically the idealists went to war, those who were offended by the collapse of Russia (USSR), who were outraged by the rhetoric of then Georgia towards the Russians (occupiers, parasites). Cossacks were present, but purely external show-offs ... a cap, a boot , crosses, ranks. The ideology of the revival of the Cossacks was of course present, but somehow perverted, namely, to get a position, a salary in the official state structures of that time of Russia. Different people were beaten, even the Satanist was a commissar in OKDS ... Is it famously? And Cossack .. Yes, nonsense pimpled idiots and burnt cheaters.
  19. Apsui
    Apsui April 7 2013 08: 54
    0
    I am not mocking. It's just that the Abkhaz wrote a lot about this. Well, this is understandable, they fought for their House. But the Cossacks and "Cossacks" usually do not advertise their participation. [/ Quote]
    And what to tell? Basically the idealists went to war, those who were offended by the collapse of Russia (USSR), who were outraged by the rhetoric of then Georgia towards the Russians (occupiers, parasites). Cossacks were present, but purely external show-offs ... a cap, a boot , crosses, ranks. The ideology of the revival of the Cossacks was of course present, but somehow perverted, namely, to get a position, a salary in the official state structures of that time of Russia. Different people were beaten, even the Satanist was a commissar in OKDS ... Is it famously? And Cossack .. Yes, nonsense pimpled idiots and burnt cheaters.
  20. Apsui
    Apsui April 7 2013 09: 07
    0
    By the way, the article is about 15 years old. And I was sitting behind it-http: //www.newsru.com/crime/19mar2003/molodidov.html
  21. Geokingxnumx
    Geokingxnumx April 7 2013 14: 20
    -2
    or he mixed everything up or is he a swindler
    1) The Cossacks primarily offered their services to the Georgian side for the money of course, but ours refused, and then they chose the other side.
    2) about the landing in Gagra! the landing consisted of a Shavnabad battalion, Mkhedriontsov was not there
    3) 15-16 March was the assault of Sukhum, and the Abkhazians Chechens Cossacks Armenians (by most) and others stormed! Georgian artillery fire thwarted the assault! about 1000 people were killed, the Bagramyan battalion was almost destroyed
    4) Su-27 is not an attack aircraft but a fighter! the military would not have mixed it up
    5) shot down the su-25 and the pilot turned out to be Russian! or they shot down their own or invented or was not Russian
    6) they didn’t uselessly set and Russian aviation also participated
    7) the battle with the buildings of Somin did not last about weeks!
  22. Apsui
    Apsui April 7 2013 15: 03
    -1
    Quote: GEOKING95
    or he mixed everything up or is he a swindler
    1) The Cossacks primarily offered their services to the Georgian side for the money of course, but ours refused, and then they chose the other side.
    2) about the landing in Gagra! the landing consisted of a Shavnabad battalion, Mkhedriontsov was not there
    3) 15-16 March was the assault of Sukhum, and the Abkhazians Chechens Cossacks Armenians (by most) and others stormed! Georgian artillery fire thwarted the assault! about 1000 people were killed, the Bagramyan battalion was almost destroyed
    4) Su-27 is not an attack aircraft but a fighter! the military would not have mixed it up
    5) shot down the su-25 and the pilot turned out to be Russian! or they shot down their own or invented or was not Russian
    6) they didn’t uselessly set and Russian aviation also participated
    7) the battle with the buildings of Somin did not last about weeks!

    Do not fantasize or masturbate the bijo. They took the sovmin in three hours, took all of Sukhum for 4 days. We rose from Achadara (a suburb of Sukhum) on September 24, and already drank wine in Gali on September 30. In the March operation, the Abkhaz side lost about 300 people, on all fronts and units.
    1. Geokingxnumx
      Geokingxnumx April 7 2013 17: 29
      0
      Quote: Apsui
      Do not fantasize or masturbate the bijo.

      please see i'm missing you
      Quote: Apsui
      .The council was taken in three hours,

      so what did i say?
      Quote: Apsui
      In the March operation, the Abkhaz side lost about 300 people, on all fronts and units.

      Well, how many Abkhazians were there? 1-2? or xnumx? 3 more lost))
      well done) in the zone of Sukhum, the Georgians did not have heavy equipment or artillery or aviation in general (by agreement) of course the Russian detachment "Alpha" saved Shevardnadze from death)))
  23. Apsui
    Apsui April 7 2013 22: 55
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    Quote: GEOKING95
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    Do not fantasize or masturbate the bijo.

    please see i'm missing you
    Quote: Apsui
    .The council was taken in three hours,

    so what did i say?
    Quote: Apsui
    In the March operation, the Abkhaz side lost about 300 people, on all fronts and units.

    Well, how many Abkhazians were there? 1-2? or xnumx? 3 more lost))
    well done) in the zone of Sukhum, the Georgians did not have heavy equipment or artillery or aviation in general (by agreement) of course the Russian detachment "Alpha" saved Shevardnadze from death)))

    These are you Georgian warriors! Even your commander in chief was saved by a military detachment of a foreign country (Alpha). You didn’t have any aviation due to the lack of qualified pilots and efficient aircraft (and not by agreement), and the last attempt to break through the Georgians from the blocked Sukhum 26 of September near the village of Akhaldaba. The Abkhazians then burned 5 tanks, in only one of the villages of Aghudzer you threw about 15 units of armored vehicles, artillery ... How many of them were scattered across the abysses in the Kodori Gorge and you didn’t count. And you told me according to rubbing ashenia ... Well you! You are insane ....
    1. Geokingxnumx
      Geokingxnumx April 7 2013 23: 33
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      Quote: Apsui
      These are you Georgian warriors! Even your commander in chief was saved by a military detachment of a foreign country (Alpha). You didn’t have any aviation due to the lack of qualified pilots and efficient aircraft (and not by agreement), and the last attempt to break through the Georgians from the blocked Sukhum 26 of September near the village of Akhaldaba. The Abkhazians then burned 5 tanks, in only one of the villages of Aghudzer you threw about 15 units of armored vehicles, artillery ... How many of them were scattered across the abysses in the Kodori Gorge and you didn’t count. And you told me according to rubbing ashenia ... Well you! You are insane ....

      hi well done) liar) I said about the article that the author was a swindler) there was no breakthrough in Sukhum because there were zviadists and shevardnadists inside the country! no need ok? For a month, very few territories controlled the Abkhazian separatists) Russia helped but they could not take Sukhumi) the pat was the agreement broke the agreement the city defended few people! and in general, the Sovmin’s assault did not involve Abkhazia at all! You couldn’t take the Kodori Valley in the 90 years and you couldn’t take the 2008 year if one stupid person didn’t say to leave!
      on pilot qualifications) all pilots passed Afghanistan! Well, you know the Pilot by the name Chenry Colonel)))
      1. Black Colonel
        Black Colonel April 8 2013 12: 52
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        Bijo, my person has nothing to do with these events. You have the wrong information.
        1. Geokingxnumx
          Geokingxnumx April 8 2013 14: 02
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          Quote: Black Colonel
          Bijo, my person has nothing to do with these events. You have the wrong information.

          write to google Jimmy Maysuradze)
          http://www.airwar.ru/history/locwar/xussr/abhazia/abhazia.html
          1. Black Colonel
            Black Colonel April 8 2013 16: 54
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            Well, well, I realized, a pure coincidence. Like, the namesake. Everything happens in this world.
            1. Geokingxnumx
              Geokingxnumx April 8 2013 22: 24
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              Quote: Black Colonel
              Well, well, I realized, a pure coincidence. Like, the namesake. Everything happens in this world.

              what a coincidence? Maisuradze was an excellent pilot, served in Afghanistan for a very long time!
  24. voron228
    voron228 April 8 2013 03: 24
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    good article ,,, its main character "sitting" remembers the events of those years, he had time to remember and embellish all the events ,,, to whom - "Cossack", to whom - Abkhazia, to whom "drug trafficking", to whom "weapons", to whom the war and to whom is my mother ,,,