Reformers Demand to Revoke Abkhazian Agreements

(Tbilisi, January 28, Civil Georgia) – MP Koba Davitashvili, member of the Parliamentary faction the Movement for Democratic Reforms, stated on January 27 that the faction intends to propose the Parliament to cancel all the agreements relating to the settlement in a secessionist province Abkhazia.

Reformers say that the agreements are against the Georgian interests, thus should be rescinded. 

The 1994 Moscow agreement causes major argument. According to the agreement Georgia is to withdraw its military units from Kodori gorge, breakaway region of Abkhazia.

Georgian Foreign Affairs Minister Irakli Menagarishvili state on January 27, that Georgia does not intend to withdraw from the agreements unilaterally.

“It would actually mean the renunciation of the peace process and of the peaceful settlement of the Abkhazian conflict,” the Minister stated.