Second round of so-called “elections” is expected to be held in occupied Abkhazia

So-called president Raul Khajimba leads so-called “presidential elections” held in occupied region of Abkhazia with 26,6 % of votes, according to “RIA Novosti” agency.

As so-called “central election commission” said on Monday evening, votes have been counted at 150 out of 154 polling stations and according to the counting results, Raul Khajimba received 26,6%, Alkhas Kvitsiania- 24,6%, and former so-called deputy foreign minister Oleg Arshba - 24,9% of votes.

According to these preliminary results, a second round of so-called elections will be held between Raul Khajimba and Oleg Arshba.

Dr. Khatuna Burkadze – Georgia’s integration into NATO should be accelerated and almost twelve years promise of the Bucharest Summit should be delivered in the future
Here’s how we can give a boost to the SDGs in Asia and the Pacific