Abkhaz Experts: Is there a threat of the ‘second front’ from Georgia?

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a threat of the ‘second front’ from Georgia

JAMnews editor in Abkhazia/Chegemskaya Pravda Inal Khashig and historian Astamur Tania discuss the main topics circulating in the Abkhaz society:

  • How international sanctions against Russia are affecting Abkhazia, and what might happen next;
  • Why the Georgian-Abkhaz negotiation process is not moving forward;
  • The possible threat of a “second front” from Georgia;
  • Domestic political crisis in Abkhazia and failed reforms;

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