Abkhazia

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reconnaissance drone.


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reconnaissance drone.


small victory

; image_flag Flag of Abkhazia.svg image_coat Abkhazia COA.svg symbol_type Emblem image_map Europe location ABX.png map_caption Map centred on the Caucasus indicating


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) through the Caspian Gates mentioned by Priscus. At the age of 16, Vakhtang is said to have led a victorious retaliatory war against the "Ossetians", winning a single combat against the enemy’s giant and relieving his sister Mirandukht from captivity. At the age 19, Vakhtang married Balendukht, "daughter" of the Great King (Shah) Hormizd (apparently Hormizd III, r (reign). 457–459). Soon, upon the Great King's request, Vakhtang took part in the campaign


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news 12837 title Serbia Won’t Recognise Georgia Regions publisher BalkanInsight date 3 September 2008 accessdate 24 December 2008 Image:Quadriga-verleihung-rr-20.jpg thumb upright Boris Tadić attending


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, 2008 accessdate August 26, 2008 archiveurl http: web.archive.org web 20080902001442 http: www.kremlin.ru eng speeches 2008 08 26 1543_type82912_205752.shtml archivedate 2 September 2008 deadurl no The vast majority (International recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia#States which currently do not recognise Abkhazia or South Ossetia as independent) of United Nations member states (List of United Nations member states) maintain that the areas belong to Georgia. * July 22 – Near Medellín, Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar escapes from his luxury prison, fearing extradition to the United States. * July 23 – Abkhazia declares independence from Georgia (Georgia (country)). * July 25 – August 9 – The 1992 Summer Olympics are held in Barcelona, Spain. Date unknown * Abkhazia becomes an autonomous republic within the Soviet Union. * Russian famine (Russian famine of 1921): 5 million die. * 1810: Ching Shih and Chang Pao surrender their pirate fleet to the Chinese government. * 1810: Russia acquires Sukhumi through a treaty with the Abkhazian dukes, and declares a protectorate over the whole of Abkhazia. * Russo-Turkish War (1806–1812) *Apparent writing of the Book of Psalms *Abkhazia is colonized by the Greeks (Ancient Greece) *Emergence of the Proto-Germanic Jastorf culture * A peace treaty in Haiti confirms its division between the northern State of Haiti ruled autocratically by the ''gen de couleur (Gens de couleur)'' Henri Christophe and the southern Republic ruled by the mulatto Alexandre Pétion. * Russia acquires Sukhumi through a treaty with the Abkhazian dukes, and declares a protectorate over the whole of Abkhazia. * Amadou Lobbo initiates his jihad (Amadu's Jihad) in present-day Mali. ** Iran Aseman Airlines Flight 6895 crashes upon takeoff near Manas International Airport in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, killing 68. WikiPedia:Abkhazia Commons:Abkhazia


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Institute of Social Studies, Abkhaz State Museum. * Articles about Abkhazia in the Caucasus Analytical Digest No. 7


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the Gagra Range comes most closely to the Bzyb Range is called ''Stone Sack'' and is a popular tourist attraction. One can see mountains of both ranges overhead. This is a view from the Stone Sack to the lower stream of the Bzyb River. '''Bzyb Range''' ( WikiPedia:Abkhazia Commons:Abkhazia


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Abkhaz_Leadership_Opposition_Exchange_Accusations 1738893.html title Abkhaz Leadership, Opposition Exchange Accusations publisher Radio Free Europe newspaper Caucasus Report date 24 May 2009 . The Vice President, Raul Khadjimba, resigned on 28 May saying he agreed with the criticism the opposition had made.

Abkhazia

'''Abkhazia''' ( ''Abkhaziya'') is a disputed territory and partially recognised state (International recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia) controlled by a separatist government on the eastern coast of the Black Sea and the south-western flank of the Caucasus.

Abkhazia considers itself an independent state, called the '''Republic of Abkhazia''' or '''Apsny'''. Art. 1 of the Constitution of the Republic of Abkhazia Olga Oliker, Thomas S. Szayna. Faultlines of Conflict in Central Asia and the South Caucasus: Implications for the U.S. Army. Rand Corporation, 2003, ISBN 978-0-8330-3260-7. Abkhazia: ten years on. By Rachel Clogg, Conciliation Resources, 2001. Emmanuel Karagiannis. Energy and Security in the Caucasus. Routledge, 2002. ISBN 978-0-7007-1481-0. The Guardian. Georgia up in arms over Olympic cash This status is recognised (International recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia) by Russia, Nicaragua, Venezuela, Nauru,

The Georgian government (Government of Georgia (country)), United Nations and the majority of the world's governments consider Abkhazia a part of Georgia's territory, though Georgia is not in control of it. Under Georgia's official designation it is an autonomous republic, called the '''Autonomous Republic of Abkhazia''', whose government (Government of the Autonomous Republic of Abkhazia) sits in exile in Tbilisi.

The status of Abkhazia is a central issue of the Georgian–Abkhazian conflict. The wider region formed part of the Soviet Union until 1991. As the Soviet Union began to disintegrate towards the end of the 1980s, ethnic tensions grew between the Abkhaz (Abkhaz people) and Georgians (Georgian people) over Georgia's moves towards independence. This led to the 1992–1993 War in Abkhazia (War in Abkhazia (1992–1993)) that resulted in a Georgian military defeat, ''de facto'' independence of Abkhazia and the mass exodus and ethnic cleansing of the Georgian population (Ethnic cleansing of Georgians in Abkhazia) from Abkhazia. In spite of the 1994 ceasefire agreement (Agreement on a Cease-fire and Separation of Forces) and years of negotiations, the status dispute has not been resolved, and despite the long-term presence of a United Nations monitoring force (UNOMIG) and a Russian-dominated Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) peacekeeping operation, the conflict has flared up on several occasions. In August 2008, the sides again fought during the South Ossetia War (2008 South Ossetia war), which was followed by the formal recognition of Abkhazia by Russia, the annulment of the 1994 ceasefire agreement and the termination of the UN and OSCE missions.

Abkhazia, Transnistria, Nagorno-Karabakh (Nagorno-Karabakh Republic), and South Ossetia are post-Soviet "frozen conflict" zones. OSCE: De Gucht Discusses Montenegro Referendum, Frozen Conflicts, GlobalSecurity.org, Radio Free Europe Radio Liberty, May 2006 Vladimir Socor,

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