Georgia reacted furiously on Tuesday after Russian President Vladimir Putin visited the Moscow-backed separatist region of Abkhazia on the anniversary of the outbreak of a brief war between Tbilisi and Moscow.
Putin visited the Black Sea resort town of Pitsunda in Abkhazia for talks with the leader of the self-proclaimed country, Raul Khajimba, on the ninth anniversary of the start of the war on August 8, 2008.
Georgia’s foreign ministry condemned Putin’s visit to what it called an occupied region as a “cynical action,” saying it represented a continuation of Moscow’s “deliberate policy against Georgia”.
It urged Moscow to cease “provocative actions” and …read more
Source: African news network 7