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Russian President arrives in occupied Abkhazia


Russian President Vladimir Putin has arrived in Georgia’s one of two occupied regions of Abkhazia. 

According to the Sputnik agency, a working meeting between de-facto President Raul Khajimba and Vladimir Putin began in Bichvinta several minutes ago. The meeting is underway behind the closed doors. The parties will make joint statements after the meeting.

The Russian President’s administration had not been confirming the President’s visit to Abkhazia till the last moment. 


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