Georgian minister slams Russian official over Abkhazia
"Russian officials should be more tactful when they make statements about Abkhazia. It is another country, after all," Khaindrava told Interfax
Georgian Separatist Conflicts Minister Giorgi Khaindrava
on Wednesday criticized Gennady Bukayev, an aide to the Russian prime minister,
for expressing support for Vladislav Ardzinba, president of Georgia's breakaway
region of Abkhazia.
"Russian officials should be more tactful when they make
statements about Abkhazia. It is another country, after all," Khaindrava
"Everyone should mind their own business and stay out
of other people's business, and this applies to Mr. Bukayev as well," Khaindrava
said. He accused Bukayev of what amounted to "pure blackmail."
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