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In Abkhazia, the opposition is storming the building of the presidential administration

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About thirty representatives of the Abkhazian opposition took part in the storming of the presidential palace in the capital of Abkhazia, armed with stones and sticks. One of the leaders of the opposition movement, Vladimir Zantaria, states that people want to restore order in their country and call for closer integration with the Russian Federation. Reports about it Interfax.


In Abkhazia, the opposition is storming the building of the presidential administration


Oppositionists decided to storm after a rally in the city of Sukhum. One of the demands of the rally is the meeting of the President of Abkhazia Alexander Ankvab with the people, whose representatives were supposed to announce their demands to the head of the republic. One of the requirements is the beginning of an effective fight against corruption. But the matter did not come to a meeting in a civilized format.

Armed with stones and sticks, several dozen people separated from the almost 5-thousandth crowd (estimated by the people themselves) and began to attack the building of the presidential administration. The oppositionists are unhappy with the policies of the current authorities, who, according to the protesters, do not independently make efforts to develop the solar republic, but rely solely on donations from the Russian budget. This is reported "Vedomosti". Representatives of the Ahyats movement are in favor of reforms and close integration with Russia. In particular, the movement insists on the creation of a commission to control the spending of funds allocated by Russia.

According to the latest data, several protesters have already penetrated into the administrative building.

The protests of the protesters are taking place against the backdrop of the announced constructive outcomes of the meeting of the Abkhaz leadership with representatives of the Russian delegation, which included the presidential aide Vladislav Surkov. Online Federation of Russia the publication is posted, which states that the parties discussed the process of joint lawmaking in the field of security and socio-economic development.
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  1. Maksim...
    Maksim... 27 May 2014 21: 28
    +16
    Damn, and I gathered in the summer to Abkhazia.
    1. Morgan
      Morgan 27 May 2014 21: 32
      +12
      Oblomaytung. It's a pity. I have a trip to Adler and was also about to peek ... Now, I'm afraid that I will have to peek at the light ... I don’t want to ... They will volunteer to work in the hospital - I’ll go ... But anyway, I don’t want to.
      1. Krasnoarmeec
        Krasnoarmeec 27 May 2014 23: 03
        +6
        Quote: Morgan
        Oblomaytung. It's a pity. I have a trip to Adler and was also about to peek ... Now, I'm afraid that I will have to peek at the light ... I don’t want to ... They will volunteer to work in the hospital - I’ll go ... But anyway, I don’t want to.


        Do not panic, Morgan !!! wink People want transparency, and that's all ... In principle, the requirements are clear, of course they "went too far" with stones, but this is by no means a reason to refuse to visit this beautiful-oh (Bl ***, delema?!?!? I thought for a long time how name .... This beautiful-oh Country, Republic, Resort, Place-position on the map ... ((((as the generally accepted interpretations do not fit the language ...) And to that-husband , there are many more beautiful places past Sukhumi !!!

        Although at the beginning of the "Maidan" demands were also clear and legal ........
        1. maks-101
          maks-101 28 May 2014 06: 26
          +3
          Don't panic Morgan !!! wink People want transparency, and that's all ... In principle, the requirements are clear, of course they "went too far" with stones, but this is by no means a reason to refuse to visit this beautiful-oh (Bl ***, a problem?!?!? thought for a long time what to call .... This beautiful Country, Republic, Resort, Place-position on the map ...... ((((as the generally accepted interpretations do not fit the language ...) And besides, husband, besides Sukhumi there are many more wonderful places !!!
          Yes, do not worry, everything will be fine, they will create a commission and everything will calm down.
        2. Blondy
          Blondy 28 May 2014 07: 16
          +5
          Maidan, he is the Maidan. New ones will come, and they will cut in the old way. Historically proven Ukrainian scheme.
          1. Nayhas
            Nayhas 28 May 2014 11: 45
            0
            Quote: Blondy
            Maidan, he is the Maidan. New ones will come, and they will cut in the old way. Historically proven Ukrainian scheme

            The historically tested Russian scheme: they sit old and saw without looking, people only growl curses to ordinary saw cutters, but they firmly believe that the main saw cutter will put things in order ...
        3. vlad.svargin
          vlad.svargin 28 May 2014 07: 59
          +2
          Krasnoarmeec
          Although at the beginning of the "Maidan" demands were also clear and legal ........

          Precisely noticed! Maidan was used by those who planned it using the people's discontent against the corrupt government, the master of intrigue and US aggression. If Yanukovych had shown a little more harshness, ignoring the false "peacekeeping demands" of the State Department, and then held a referendum, would so much blood be shed in Ukraine and "Nazis" with a fascist bias would have been in power? "Peacekeeping overseas wolf ears" seem to be visible in Abkhazia !!!
      2. VNP1958PVN
        VNP1958PVN 28 May 2014 03: 13
        +1
        Small country-small revolution-30 people. not maidan, and even useful, should not be taken to heart
    2. a52333
      a52333 27 May 2014 21: 33
      +29
      Crimea must be supported!
      1. Nick
        Nick 27 May 2014 21: 39
        +17
        Quote: a52333
        Crimea must be supported!

        Now yes...
    3. Saratovets
      Saratovets 27 May 2014 22: 01
      +11
      Yes, everything will be fine there
      1. ksv1973
        ksv1973 27 May 2014 22: 47
        +5
        Quote: Saratovets
        Yes, everything will be fine there

        I agree with you, Saratovets. When the presidential elections were held in Abkhazia several years ago, they were preceded by serious political battles. The words of one far from the last person in the republic have struck me in memory. I do not remember verbatim, but the meaning is as follows: the Abkhazians will never fight with each other, we are few, around 300000, we will always be able to agree.
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    4. Wels75
      Wels75 27 May 2014 22: 01
      +15
      I think there will be no problems with rest. Relatives and acquaintances go there every summer.
      And know the problems. Tourism is the main source of income for them.
    5. dmitriygorshkov
      dmitriygorshkov 27 May 2014 22: 10
      -5
      Quote: Maxim ...
      Damn, and I gathered in the summer to Abkhazia.

      I went 3 years ago from Lazarevsky on an excursion to New Athos with a stop in Pitsunda, caves .... I really did not like it.
      If interested, write in a personal tell.
      1. Danafxnumx
        Danafxnumx 28 May 2014 00: 04
        +5
        Quote: dmitriygorshkov
        I went 3 years ago from Lazarevsky on an excursion to New Athos with a stop in Pitsunda, caves .... I really did not like it.
        If interested, write in a personal tell.

        I was in Abkhazia 8 years ago ...

        Well, yes, there is a certain flavor ...
        when our driver on Lake Ritsa upon arrival there laid behind the collar, it was just an unforgettable extreme ... belay
        1. asar
          asar 28 May 2014 07: 07
          +1
          In addition to the Abkhaz Ritsa, in the Caucasus there is a beautiful lake - Kardyvach! I advise you to visit! 40 km from Kr. Glades in the border zone! But BEAUTY is extraordinary!
      2. Bayonet
        Bayonet 28 May 2014 06: 43
        +2
        Was 3 years ago in New Athos 10 days - I liked everything!
        1. noskov
          noskov 28 May 2014 07: 53
          +1
          EEEEEH! And I was there in 92-93 years. If we were flinching then. You would definitely not like it there 3 years ago!
        2. noskov
          noskov 28 May 2014 07: 53
          0
          EEEEEH! And I was there in 92-93 years. If we were flinching then. You would definitely not like it there 3 years ago!
      3. Evgeniy1
        Evgeniy1 28 May 2014 07: 20
        +1
        What specifically didn’t like, the nature (cave, lakes, mountains, monastery ...) is simply GREAT !!!
        1. dmitriygorshkov
          dmitriygorshkov 28 May 2014 11: 01
          0
          Quote: Eugene1
          What specifically did not like, nature (cave, lakes, mountains, monastery ...) - it's just

          We are not able to read at all? I anticipating the reaction and suggested writing in a personal!
          We like some, though completely unaware of the subject, wishful thinking!
          To those who were REALLY interested, I replied. I was not happy with the answer.
      4. Evgeniy1
        Evgeniy1 28 May 2014 07: 20
        +1
        What specifically didn’t like, the nature (cave, lakes, mountains, monastery ...) is simply GREAT !!!
    6. smile
      smile 27 May 2014 22: 27
      +18
      Maksim...
      I think so far you can go. Yes, Russian there is nothing special and does not threaten. This is their intra-Abkhazian showdown. Both sides for Russia. But one of the parties believes that the authorities are corrupt, and therefore they must be allowed to power. The usual squabble, slightly pushed by the Georgians, who did not stop working in Abkhazia. In fairness, it is worth saying that with corruption they really are not very. :(
      1. mazhnikof.Niko
        mazhnikof.Niko 28 May 2014 08: 30
        +1
        Quote: smile
        In fairness, it is worth saying that with corruption they really are not very. :(

        That's right - "not really"! Believe me, corruption among Abkhazians is quite consistent with the MIDDLE WORLD. And, IF compare with Russian corruption, then just a trifle, at the household level - no more!
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    7. nizrum
      nizrum 27 May 2014 22: 39
      +9
      guys. you did not understand))
      call for closer integration with the Russian Federation
      1. Danafxnumx
        Danafxnumx 28 May 2014 00: 05
        +8
        Quote: nizrum
        guys. you did not understand))
        call for closer integration with the Russian Federation

        do they have options?
        1. igor_m_p
          igor_m_p 28 May 2014 04: 32
          +2
          Quote: DanaF1
          do they have options?

          There are always options. But it seems to me that in this case, these options are much more dependent on the position of the Russian leadership, this is in terms of integration. It is clear that someone in Abkhazia quite possibly wants to become part of Russia, especially the example of Crimea before our eyes, only now will our leadership take such steps, and if it does, on what terms?
          But in any case, I don’t think that there will be anything serious, and even more so I don’t think that tourists, especially from Russia, might be threatened there.
          1. mazhnikof.Niko
            mazhnikof.Niko 28 May 2014 09: 12
            +1
            Quote: igor_m_p
            There are always options. But it seems to me that in this case, these options are much more dependent on the position of the Russian leadership

            My friends! I will present my own observations from those times - the USSR: - In the late 80s, when I was still serving, in Salsk, my wife and I often went to the market in uniform. Abkhazians brought greens there. The Georgians were already balamut with independence, but the Abkhaz, in conversations, AS ONE, were for Russia - none of them was for independence and separation from Russia! But these are ordinary people, peasants i.e. people! How did the separation of Abkhazia-a mystery, but the vast majority of Abkhazians, still for Russia!
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        2. asar
          asar 28 May 2014 07: 09
          0
          And how are they going to live, without Russia ?! What else - besides tangerines, mimosas, and yes they have a solid tourism ?! All of the above is a seasonal offer!
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    9. Akvadra
      Akvadra 27 May 2014 23: 00
      +6
      Someone was excommunicated from the feeding trough, and here's the buch. As always, hiding behind noble slogans, they break through to sweet places. And "Maidan" is useless to them. Resort haymaking on the bow.
      1. Danafxnumx
        Danafxnumx 28 May 2014 00: 06
        0
        Quote: Akvadra
        And "Maidan" is useless to them. Resort haymaking on the bow.

        maybe they, following the example of Crimea, decided to go to the port of registry for the holiday season?
        1. Al_lexx
          Al_lexx 28 May 2014 01: 25
          +7
          The criminalization of Abkhazia over the past four years is off the charts. I was there right after the war and three years later.
          Three years later, in Pitsunda, the sysoha / schoolgirls drove around in BMW convertibles, since in this republic the legalization of a stolen car cost a mower of greenery (transit from Turkey).
          Except with Albania, I cannot compare today's Abkhazia with anything. After the war, everyone was poor and affable. Two years later, the Georgian authorities settled the matter and it went. The only place and the only case, in my 53 years, when I was robbed twice a day and, thank God, they didn’t kill (they could).

          ...
          As a child (1964-1968), my mother, for four years, drove me to the old Gagra, from which there was nothing left (burned to the ground, because everything was wooden). We had a practically family corner there. Several families, familiar to vacationers and owners for a long time, gathered in the yard and all played lotto together. Botanical garden, canals, swans in the canals, exotic ducks, pelicans in the garden and peacocks on the waterfront. It was a paradise in the middle of the 60's, incomparable with anything. Long Beach is resting.
          Now there is simply devastation and complete gangster chaos.
          1. dmitriygorshkov
            dmitriygorshkov 28 May 2014 11: 09
            0
            Quote: Al_lexx
            Now there is simply devastation and complete gangster chaos.

            Do we have so many inadequacies on our site? For some reason I was blamed for less!
            And thanks to Al_lexx for you. A very correct comment.
    10. Reasonable, 2,3
      Reasonable, 2,3 28 May 2014 04: 23
      -4
      Americans took up Abkhazia. Who is next in turn? But he won’t take a ride with Abkhazia. We have our own guy there. How much black ..... I don’t like, but Kad ... respect. That's what Vovka needs him for.
      1. MAIGOR
        MAIGOR 28 May 2014 06: 37
        +2
        Next in line is Central Asia. Kazakhstan or Uzbekistan.
        And then the alignment is clear-Ukraine, the Caucasus, Central Asia. The arc of instability around Russia is ready.
        1. asar
          asar 28 May 2014 07: 20
          +1
          In Central Asia, there is the Fergana Valley, overpopulated in excess, for the most part - rural, huge migration to Russia, a problem with water supply. Kyrgyzstan is a backward, rural, south of the country and a more developed north! In the south - a population ready to flare up from any spark, mostly unemployed youth! In addition, Tajikistan can add fuel to the fire! That he is going to build a cascade of hydroelectric power stations on the rivers feeding the lands of the south of Kyrgyzstan and the Fergana Valley of Uzbekistan! Both Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan are "suppliers" of labor to neighboring countries! In the Caucasus - Nagorno Karabakh is ready for "shocks" again! Moreover, each of the opposing sides is convinced that it is right, this happens at the "everyday" level, in the conversations of ordinary people!
  2. Barboskin
    Barboskin 27 May 2014 21: 30
    +24
    It’s not enough good, I agree with the rally, that’s enough for Russia to hear, but to storm with stones and sticks while mentioning the Russian Federation is either stupidity or provocation. Especially considering the international situation.
    1. EvgenSuslov
      EvgenSuslov 27 May 2014 21: 33
      +4
      Abkhaz people are hot. So they are not talking about.
    2. Blondy
      Blondy 27 May 2014 22: 07
      +19
      Yes, at least one Maidan, so that there is no fight against corruption. We, too, began with the "fight against corruption and privileges". "They, you know, ride on the black Volga and have summer cottages with VCRs."
      1. S-17
        S-17 28 May 2014 07: 29
        +1
        But right ...
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  3. Not local
    Not local 27 May 2014 21: 30
    +5
    Yes, again, our border guards will get similar.
  4. GradusHuK
    GradusHuK 27 May 2014 21: 31
    +4
    Corruption needs to be smothered.
    1. Danafxnumx
      Danafxnumx 28 May 2014 00: 08
      +2
      Quote: GradusHuK
      Corruption needs to be smothered.

      to choke, not to throw stones ...
  5. Arh
    Arh 27 May 2014 21: 31
    +6
    Why not Abkhazia and South Ossetia join the Russian Federation!?!
    1. Truth-lover
      Truth-lover 27 May 2014 21: 39
      +9
      They actually asked for it. They didn’t take ...
      1. armageddon
        armageddon 27 May 2014 21: 50
        +14
        Everything has its time!!!
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      3. matross
        matross 27 May 2014 21: 52
        +12
        Because they do not allow Georgia to legally claim membership in NATO.
        PS But if the Groundhog is there, then soon everything will be stolen and they will return to Georgia. And if you send him Dvorkovich’s help, they will immediately join the United States - the states of Abhasia and South Osetya bully wink
        1. Juborg
          Juborg 27 May 2014 22: 04
          +6
          Yes, these five-year-olds already got it, it's time to send them to construction sites in Yakutia, there are not enough hands with shovels.
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      5. Al_lexx
        Al_lexx 28 May 2014 01: 31
        +1
        Quote: True-Amorous
        They actually asked for it. They didn’t take ...

        They didn’t take it because a year after independence, specific authoritative criminals settled in Sukhumi.
    2. Juborg
      Juborg 27 May 2014 22: 01
      +6
      These countries are like a buffer. In the event of a regional conflict, in full compliance with all international standards, the Russian Federation will act as an ally. Moreover, the war will be called the national liberation, directed against the aggressor. By the way, this will also apply to forces destabilizing the situation in these states. WHAT WAS DEMONSTRATED IN 2008.
    3. Militia
      Militia 28 May 2014 00: 58
      +6
      Such a hemorrhage with Abkhazia will be. Billions need to be invested there. (We would raise the Crimea to the level of Sochi). After the war of 92-93, nothing was built and restored. As if the war was over yesterday. In 2012 rested in New Athos. Railway station is without windows and doors, dilapidated. Inside a garbage can and a natural toilet. For 10 days of trips to the beach I watched the same picture. The same abreks sit, smoke bamboo and play backgammon. After 50 meters, probably their wives are sitting along the road and selling cherry plum and all kinds of crap. I went on an excursion to Sukhum, the same devastation and the same oil painting. I asked the owner of the house where I was staying for a while, why not restore. Believe it or not. The answer was - why? Let the Russians build, Russia is a rich country. And we have nothing but tangerines. I want to believe that he answered only for himself. Such are the realities.
      1. Bayonet
        Bayonet 28 May 2014 06: 50
        +1
        Quote: Militia
        The answer was - why? Let the Russians build

        I was there and saw it all. For a long time, Russians would be rebuilt, but according to their laws, foreigners (Russians) should not have property in Abkhazia, so everything that was destroyed during the war is in ruins.
  6. Hariva
    Hariva 27 May 2014 21: 33
    +21
    It seems that under the guise of "closer integration with Russia" completely different goals are pursued.
    Who organized these 5 thousand?
    Who gave the command to these 30s?
    1. Maksim...
      Maksim... 27 May 2014 21: 39
      +7
      Based on the observations of my last trip, I can say that the authorities are strongly disliked there. It almost comes to the point that she is accused of seizing and reorienting funds from "Novy Afon" to herself.
      1. Hariva
        Hariva 27 May 2014 21: 44
        +7
        The very concept of "power" was and is disliked everywhere and at all times. This does not raise questions. Who is capable of realizing the growth of "dislike" into opposition? - that's the question.
        1. Maksim...
          Maksim... 27 May 2014 21: 47
          +1
          Who is capable of realizing the growth of "dislike" into opposition?

          Sorry, for the question to the question, but you do not believe in the possibility of public speaking without support from outside?
          1. Hariva
            Hariva 27 May 2014 21: 52
            +10
            I understand your question. It is logical and logical. But not in this context of world events. Somehow everything is "on time". Don't you think?
          2. kombat58
            kombat58 27 May 2014 21: 52
            +5
            I do not believe!
            K. Stanislavsky
    2. poquello
      poquello 27 May 2014 21: 57
      +5
      Quote: Hariva
      It seems that under the guise of "closer integration with Russia" completely different goals are pursued.
      Who organized these 5 thousand?
      Who gave the command to these 30s?

      I agree, somehow suspiciously, the members of the order of tie-eaters there did not leak by accident
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    4. demo
      demo 27 May 2014 21: 59
      +7
      By analogy with Chechnya. When in power one clan (teip, zhuz, etc.) the rest in the ass and errands. Discontent is ripening. And here is the explosion.
      This form of relationship is very characteristic of our unrecognized republics. The correct model was under the USSR. The first person of the titular nation, the second - Russian. Otherwise a mess. They do not know the measure. Enemy clans are enemies.
    5. Marine One
      Marine One 27 May 2014 22: 37
      -1
      Quote: Hariva
      Who organized these 5 thousand?
      Who gave the command to these 30s?

      Quote: poquello
      I agree, somehow suspiciously, the members of the order of tie-eaters there did not leak by accident

      Is paranoia already in all fields? Are there enemies and provocateurs around? Poke a stick under the sofa, suddenly there the "fur seal" has already lurked or the "zhydobendera" is preparing for you to plant a "sovereign trident" in the most ...
      It never occurred to me that people in the end could be thwarted by thieves in power and their own poverty?
      1. Hariva
        Hariva 27 May 2014 22: 45
        +4
        I agree. People can and zadolbaTsCO. But something I did not see examples in history, when the embarrassed electorate suddenly took, and self-organized. Neither under Lenin, nor under ....., nor under Gorbachev. There have always been 3 forces.
        What do you think, with whom are they, these forces are now positioned ???
        1. Marine One
          Marine One 27 May 2014 22: 50
          -2
          Quote: Hariva
          People can and zadolbaTsCO. But something I didn’t see examples in history, when the embarrassed electorate suddenly took, and self-organized

          Crap history taught. Welcome to the library. In a year you will return, hand over the abstract.
          1. Truth-lover
            Truth-lover 27 May 2014 23: 00
            +3
            Hmmm. By the nature of my work, I often sit on forums dedicated to electrical engineering. So it's the same there. Just a little - contact the "manufacturer".
            Something more specific with the story ... Most interesting!
            1. Marine One
              Marine One 27 May 2014 23: 18
              -3
              Quote: True-Amorous
              Something more specific with the story ... Most interesting!

              Offhand and at least. You can find out what third force inspired the Hussite war, for example? Only with evidence and justification.
              1. kombat58
                kombat58 27 May 2014 23: 24
                +2
                And in 2317 BC, you cannot find strength in a trey.
                You would at least about what you saw and know personally, have learned to reason.
                And then the Hussites! Rave. "Minus" from me. Including for being rude.
              2. Hariva
                Hariva 27 May 2014 23: 36
                +1
                Do you think that wars within a single state (state?) Can be considered the standard of the protest movement? Yes, and in modern geopolitics? Yes, and in 14 ---- some year there?
                Well, maybe earlier, in the absence of modern media (ear ha!) This was possible. Again, within the limits of limited territorial "autonomy". Now this is unlikely. more precisely, the probability tends to 0.
              3. Hariva
                Hariva 27 May 2014 23: 42
                +1
                Understand that the war has long ago escalated from domestic conflicts into geo-intellectual conflicts, so to speak. The war for the electorate is the fifth world war. And here is the CIA under the sofa?
    6. Vasek
      Vasek 28 May 2014 00: 29
      0
      Quote: Hariva
      Who organized these 5 thousand?
      Who gave the command to these 30s?

      The answer in the article:
      One of the leaders of the opposition movement Vladimir Zantaria

      It seems that the Georgians are really pushing what
      1. bomg.77
        bomg.77 28 May 2014 01: 59
        0
        I don’t think ... that Georgians! Surkov is in charge there, and he is a good chess player and a tough leader! I think the leadership of Abkhazia grabbed a large dose of freedom and decided to show its "independence", including from Russia, so he is to them showed that this is not so. Surkov loves and knows how to play with a democratic theme, even on a foreign field!
    7. Sergei 57
      Sergei 57 28 May 2014 06: 46
      0
      It’s just that one clan steals, and the other is ordinary yes.
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  7. Vitaly Anisimov
    Vitaly Anisimov 27 May 2014 21: 34
    +2
    It starts ...
    1. Hariva
      Hariva 27 May 2014 21: 48
      +8
      Plus. Now the West will respond on all "fronts"
      1. Truth-lover
        Truth-lover 27 May 2014 21: 54
        +5
        This Hydra has unmeasured goals.
  8. Manul
    Manul 27 May 2014 21: 34
    +8
    NGOs must be strangled first. Eh, from all sides they are encircling .. The main thing here is not to give Yanuk’s weaknesses.
  9. Alll1
    Alll1 27 May 2014 21: 36
    +9
    All this is not casual, again go cookies from Fashington arrived.
    1. zzz
      zzz 27 May 2014 21: 45
      +6
      Sticks and stones wherever Russia can be blamed .....
  10. Oprychnik
    Oprychnik 27 May 2014 21: 37
    +8
    So I'll tell you guys. This power does not help the Russians living there. Apartments were repeatedly taken from them, and despite numerous lawsuits, appeals and courts were not returned to the owners. Do we need this? It can be seen, they want to go back to Georgia.
  11. EvgenSuslov
    EvgenSuslov 27 May 2014 21: 37
    +4
    It’s not clear whether the news is happy or not. On the one hand, it’s nice that another people who have lived for hundreds of years with Russia wants to return home. On the other hand, the dunt in the already pro-Russian republic prompts thought. Is everything clean? Who feeds the local opposition ... In general, more questions than answers.
  12. yur
    yur 27 May 2014 21: 37
    +3
    It’s bad with stones and sticks, but good with slogans for Russia. And then I thought that even here the "partners" had time (not a bottom to them, not tires am ).
  13. Magic archer
    Magic archer 27 May 2014 21: 38
    +3
    Well, what is it ?! In Thailand, a coup, Turkey is in full swing, Abkhazia is out .... Now, besides the Russian coast, there will be nowhere to rest !!!!
  14. Russ69
    Russ69 27 May 2014 21: 38
    +3
    Yes, that panic right away. We made a little noise, a little of course went too far. But I think they will decide peacefully ...
    1. Sergei 57
      Sergei 57 28 May 2014 06: 49
      +1
      About Ukraine, too, thought so.
  15. roman72-452
    roman72-452 27 May 2014 21: 40
    +4
    The people are complex there, they need strong power, and the power there thinks more about their well-being and the well-being of their family. Maidan people cannot achieve people's happiness.
  16. Monk
    Monk 27 May 2014 21: 41
    +2
    The monkey will not calm down in any way, everything will draw the Russian bear to prick,.
  17. saag
    saag 27 May 2014 21: 42
    +1
    one more maidan?
    1. Hariva
      Hariva 27 May 2014 22: 51
      +2
      Of course, it won’t be if the ruling elite made the right conclusions. (Based on recent events)
      I think any protest mood will be suppressed.
  18. Valter1364
    Valter1364 27 May 2014 21: 44
    +6
    This is the first bell. Abkhazia has turned into a laundry for laundering money from the Russian Federation. Moderate your ardor of embezzlement, it's time to think about people. There is no other way, otherwise they will tear the heating pad like a Tuzik.
  19. Dembel
    Dembel 27 May 2014 21: 47
    +3
    Artificial formations do not live long (without a lot of money).
  20. Giperboreec
    Giperboreec 27 May 2014 21: 47
    +2
    "Time to scatter stones, and time to collect
    stones "- and so in the 90s Russia threw stones, it was time to collect them back.
  21. rassel0889
    rassel0889 27 May 2014 21: 52
    +1
    The question is, what has changed after the separation of Abkhazia and South Ossetia? For how they sang beautifully, only everything calmed down immediately to fill pockets! Not good brothers ... not good
  22. Alll1
    Alll1 27 May 2014 21: 54
    +4
    Their words seem to be correct: "against corruption", "integration with Russia", but how everything really is, and even in the light of recent events, here inevitably bad thoughts come to mind.
  23. gmasterbit
    gmasterbit 27 May 2014 21: 55
    +5
    Amer will begin to distribute cookies in Abkhazia and impose sanctions for not taking them to Russia. I look forward to the performance of the psaki
  24. Bobxnumx
    Bobxnumx 27 May 2014 21: 55
    +4
    It somehow smells bad, the fight against corruption is right. Russia needs Abkhazia. But somehow reminds the Maidan.
    1. Orc-xnumx
      Orc-xnumx 27 May 2014 22: 49
      -1
      Quote: Bob0859
      It somehow smells bad, the fight against corruption is right. Russia needs Abkhazia. But somehow reminds the Maidan.

      Only the Yankees with the gay men will not be there, for sure!
  25. Giant thought
    Giant thought 27 May 2014 21: 57
    +3
    Abkhazia is a small cast of Russia. What is happening is the same as ours. But the Abkhaz people are hot, and require, among other things, right justice. The first call to our leaders, just make the right conclusions.
    1. unsinkable
      unsinkable 27 May 2014 22: 25
      +7
      Corruption is invincible, buddy. Though ring, at least beat the bells, because even more powerful corrupt officials are fighting it.
      1. Hariva
        Hariva 27 May 2014 22: 54
        +2
        unsinkable! unsinkable truth from your lips !!!
  26. bomg.77
    bomg.77 27 May 2014 22: 00
    +6
    They have forgotten a little in Abkhazia and perceive budget money, from Russia, as their own, this has long been brewing! As far as I know, those in power impudently took and rewrote housing from ordinary people, in particular from those who left Abkhazia during the war and left their homes abandoned, these wise men decided that it was THEM. They didn’t create anything in 6 years, and in my opinion gathered, sort of politicians without economic vein!
    1. Orc-xnumx
      Orc-xnumx 27 May 2014 22: 46
      +2
      Quote: bomg.77
      They have forgotten a little in Abkhazia and perceive budget money, from Russia, as their own, this has long been brewing! As far as I know, those in power impudently took and rewrote housing from ordinary people, in particular from those who left Abkhazia during the war and left their homes abandoned, these wise men decided that it was THEM. They didn’t create anything in 6 years, and in my opinion gathered, sort of politicians without economic vein!
      Just in Abkhazia a kleptocratic regime, copied from our 90 years!
      1. bomg.77
        bomg.77 27 May 2014 23: 02
        +3
        Quote: Orc-78
        Just in Abkhazia a kleptocratic regime, copied from our 90 years!
        With kleptocrats in power, it's time to end, throughout the post-Soviet space. It is also time for Russia to tackle this tightly, including in its own place. These are our holes, where the pi.ndosy stick their noses and ignite the Maidans, rose revolutions, swamp and other buzz on this soil.
        Of course it's easy to say .. it's time to finish, but there is no other option! If our (former USSR) people do not understand this, we will see such Maidan more than once!
        1. voyaka uh
          voyaka uh 28 May 2014 01: 20
          +1
          Totally agree
  27. typhoon7
    typhoon7 27 May 2014 22: 06
    +3
    I do not like all this. Everything around Mother Rus sows chaos. The mess of Bedlamych will not calm down.
  28. Agent 008
    Agent 008 27 May 2014 22: 09
    +1
    Total corruption is the reason ...
  29. unsinkable
    unsinkable 27 May 2014 22: 15
    0
    again missed
  30. Palych9999
    Palych9999 27 May 2014 22: 31
    -2
    This is an ugly "state" of idlers and renegades
  31. Palych9999
    Palych9999 27 May 2014 22: 32
    0
    They just don’t call our "brotherly help" at all, so they are buzzing ...
  32. Palych9999
    Palych9999 27 May 2014 22: 32
    -1
    They just don’t call our "brotherly help" at all, so they are buzzing ...
  33. rereture
    rereture 27 May 2014 22: 33
    +4
    By the way, dedicated to all lovers of migrants

    Three migrants tried to rape two 9-graders. Four Petersburgers repulsed the girls.
    St. Petersburg police are investigating an attack on two minors in the Moscow district of the city on the night of May 24–25: at the church between Moskovsky and Pulkovsky highways, ninth-graders were beaten, robbed, and an Uzbek and two Tajiks were attempted to rape.

    "Fontanka" says that a 9th grade student of one of the schools in the Vyborg district was visiting a friend, and at about two in the morning they left the house. At the church, they were attacked by three unidentified men who took mobile phones and jewelry from the girls and then tried to rape them - two tore off their clothes from schoolgirls, a third beat them. Girls emphasize that, breaking away, they shouted to criminals that they are 15 years old.
    The youngsters were rescued by four young people passing by in a car, who rushed to scream for help - while their girlfriend called the police.


    http://www.ridus.ru/news/160823
    http://www.fontanka.ru/2014/05/25/075/

    Wipe down the filth protecting migrants. You can say this happens with your approval and tacit consent. By the way, these ub.l.yudk and were legal "guest workers".
    And these scum again turned on the hurdy-gurdy: "Nasyalnika, we are innocent, the girl is beautiful, the little bolon has sprinkled, it is not my fault"

    Only one of the suspects began to cooperate with the investigation. The other two put forward the version that they attacked just when they came to meet. Moreover, according to one of the detainees, for no good reason the girl sprayed gas from a spray can into his face.
    1. Tatarus
      Tatarus 27 May 2014 23: 58
      +4
      Quote: rereture
      "Fontanka" says that a 9th grade student of one of the schools in the Vyborg district was visiting a friend, and at about two in the morning they left the house.


      And what Rena 15-year-old girls walked around the street at 2 a.m.?
      1. rereture
        rereture 28 May 2014 00: 44
        -2
        And what can’t a friend go home for example? Or are you one of those who cynically blames the victim? Or you can’t go out at night? Aren't the girls in their own city can go out at 2 in the morning? And indeed it’s not your business what they did there.
        1. Rostovchanin
          Rostovchanin 28 May 2014 06: 59
          +5
          And what can’t a friend go home for example? Or are you one of those who cynically blames the victim? Or you can’t go out at night? Aren't the girls in their own city can go out at 2 in the morning? And indeed it’s not your business what they did there.

          As I am driving around the Krasnodar Territory, there are banners everywhere "In the Kuban, the law is this - it’s time for children at 22.00:22.00 to be a lady."
  34. Valter1364
    Valter1364 27 May 2014 22: 35
    +1
    Quote: unsinkable
    again missed


    Why did they miss? Guidelines for laundering financial flow are located in the Russian Federation, and the main financial interest in the rollback scheme is also in our territory. Only the lazy one does not know this. Walking along this chain is very easy. And she is known to our faces as our father. Just a command did not arrive. The turn will reach them.
  35. shurik
    shurik 27 May 2014 22: 36
    -2
    Everywhere Russia began to lose its position. America saw this and went on the offensive. It was not necessary ... Donbas.
  36. Orc-xnumx
    Orc-xnumx 27 May 2014 22: 39
    +1
    In the leadership of Abkhazia, theft is, of course, terrible!
  37. 1812 1945
    1812 1945 27 May 2014 22: 51
    0
    Quote: Maxim ...
    Damn, and I gathered in the summer to Abkhazia.

    Yes, drop it! This is their way of life. Drive - don't be afraid!
  38. Russ69
    Russ69 27 May 2014 22: 54
    +3
    MOSCOW, May 27 - RIA Novosti. President of Abkhazia Alexander Ankvab made a decision to resign the cabinet of ministers, chairman of the Sukhum city council Konstantin Piliya told the Russian news service.

    The Abkhaz opposition, which gathered on Tuesday at a rally near the complex of government buildings in Sukhum, demanded the resignation of the president and government of the republic. According to Pilia, the president agreed to the resignation of the government.

    RIA Novosti http://ria.ru/world/20140527/1009621106.html#ixzz32wYcmv68
  39. valentina-makanalina
    valentina-makanalina 27 May 2014 23: 01
    +2
    Why not steal? After all, the money is free. Moscow will give.
    We feed ourselves, and then worry about the unreliability of the situation in these regional formations, we are afraid of our borders, we are afraid that these unrest may spread to our territory.
    We, as Dr. Preobrazhensky, make the Sharikovs of them. It should not be tamed and fed. Otherwise it will be as they say - WE ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THOSE WHO Tamed!
  40. max422
    max422 27 May 2014 23: 15
    +4
    Meanwhile, in the near Bandera:

    "In the center of Zhitomir, people with weapons took hostage representatives of the local Right Sector"
    http://www.zhitomir.info/news_134919.html
    about as it turned out:
    The right-wing sector in Zhitomir was seized by party members from Kiev
    1. rasputin17
      rasputin17 28 May 2014 05: 34
      0
      Banderlog now as spiders in the bank began to eat each other !!
  41. Ajent cho
    Ajent cho 27 May 2014 23: 42
    0
    call for closer integration with the Russian Federation

    Well, it started ...
  42. Havoc
    Havoc 27 May 2014 23: 59
    0
    Calm down, this happens to them from time to time, the last time Onishchenko found something like that in the Abkhaz mandarins, and the border crossings began to work very slowly. The next day they were drinking wine at the common table.
  43. Observer2014
    Observer2014 28 May 2014 00: 02
    +3
    guys Abkhazia this is not a country this is a blathata! I live in Sochi and have been there many times. I have known and talked with ordinary people there many times. They all live as you agree, whether with cops or with bandits. If Abkhazians do not mind they’ll take a shitty end, I can give you a lot of examples
  44. Samsebenaum
    Samsebenaum 28 May 2014 00: 03
    +1
    Will Moscow make a fool of itself for a long time?
    Ukraine is a bad example, but it is contagious.
    How much can you endure a mess ???
  45. CadetXXX
    CadetXXX 28 May 2014 00: 11
    -1
    Quote: Samsebenum
    Will Moscow make a fool of itself for a long time?
    Ukraine is a bad example, but it is contagious.
    How much can you endure a mess ???

    Exactly, Americans still add fuel to the fire
    The United States believes that Kiev is not at war with the southeast
    The United States intends to support the efforts of the Ukrainian authorities to peacefully resolve the situation in the country, despite Kiev conducting a military operation in eastern Ukraine. This was stated in the US State Department.
    "We still believe that the situation in Ukraine will be resolved through a dialogue between the parties, which we support," State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said at a briefing in Washington.
    At the same time, she noted that Washington supports Kiev's actions to stabilize the situation in Eastern Ukraine and does not consider them an attempt to resolve the situation by force. "This is not a military solution," said Psaki.
    http://www.vesti.ru/doc.html?id=1625775
  46. shelva
    shelva 28 May 2014 00: 13
    +2
    Quote: Arh
    Why not Abkhazia and South Ossetia join the Russian Federation!?!

    A very convenient natural border is the ridge of the Greater Caucasus. True, the Black Sea coast of Abkhazia is a good complement to Crimea in terms of our gain in the Black Sea.
  47. silberwolf88
    silberwolf88 28 May 2014 02: 19
    0
    I apparently missed something in connection with Ukraine ...
    Abkhazians are tired of the indecision and dichotomy of the policies of the current president ... he is looking at Turkey with one eye ... and this is again NATO
  48. Moka
    Moka 28 May 2014 03: 19
    +1
    These events cannot be linked in any way or draw analogies with the Maidan and all kinds of color revolutions, they have a completely different nature, in Abkhazia there is no and cannot be Russophobic policy and the West has no opportunity to influence the situation in the country, this crisis is purely domestic political and the government and the opposition they have an equally positive approach with respect to the union with the Russian Federation, and the opinion about the sovereignty of the country is identical and this concept is plagued by a small nation and paid more than once by the blood of defenders of the fatherland, old people, women and children, and which all residents of Abkhazia want from encroachment from outside is not a topic for speculation and bargaining; national gatherings are a feature of national politics and are not rare in the Republic of Abkhazia; these events allow people to receive a report on the work done by the authorities and, if they are not voluntarily provided, to receive explanations in public and give assessments or recommendations for resolving issues of concern to the people. Regarding financial assistance in Abkhazia, there is an opinion that the allocated money is enough and you need to develop on your own, especially since and stand out for the implementation of predominantly infrastructure projects and are strictly controlled by the Russian Federation, and steal by mutual agreement, it is impossible to overestimate the help of the Russian Federation and all the adequate people in Abkhazia are deeply grateful to the Russian people who consider it fraternal and in alliance with whom they see the only possible right way, therefore I hasten to disappoint lovers of introducing an apple of discord in any domestic political situation in Abkhazia, the pro-Russian foreign policy vector of development is unchanged, as is the attitude to the invariability of sovereign theta is the choice of the people and all the political forces in this are in solidarity.
  49. Free Island
    Free Island 28 May 2014 03: 47
    +2
    I support this opposition with all my legs with sticks and stones!))))) and how in 2008 Yu.O and Abkhazia helped to get rid of the tie-eater, drove a lot of dough to restore the republics and the result is zero! In South-O, they didn’t rebuild a damn thing; in Abkhazia, a pipe was added. loot from Russia and the sense of zero!
  50. mathkiller
    mathkiller 28 May 2014 04: 39
    +1
    It seems Crimea has launched a whole chain of integration processes.