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Russia and Abkhazia establish joint center to combat organized crime

by | May 19, 2017

Igor Zubov and Aslan Kobahia signing the agreement establishing the joint Abkhaz-Russian center to combat organized crimeTBILISI, DFWatch–Separatist authorities in Georgia’s breakaway region Abkhazia signed an agreement with Russia on Thursday, establishing a joint Russian-Abkhaz coordination center in Sokhumi to combat organized crime and other serious crimes.

The joint Russian-Abkhazian center will initially have a staff of 20 people and the director’s position will be filled on a rotating basis between Russia and Abkhazia, Sputnik-Abkhazia reports.

The document was inked by Russia’s deputy minister of interior and Abkhazia’s de facto interior minister.

The new coordination center is established in order to combat organized crime and other dangerous kinds of criminal activities.

In November, 2014, Abkhazia’s de facto authorities signed an agreement on ‘alliance and strategic partnership’ with Russia. Georgia regarded that agreement as a form of annexation.



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