EU Ambassador: Reports of another Russian military base opening in the occupied Abkhazia region are extremely disturbing

News about the opening of another Russian military base in the occupied Abkhazia region is of course extremely disturbing, it will be a clear violation of Russia's obligations under the 6-point plan of 2008, said the Ambassador of the European Union to Georgia, Pawel Herczynski.

According to him, the European Union supports Georgia's independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity.

"Let me repeat the position of the European Union: we support Georgia's independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity. Reports about the opening of another Russian military base in the occupied Abkhazia region are, of course, extremely disturbing, it will be a clear violation of Russia's obligations under the 6-point plan of 2008, it is obviously a very undesirable and disturbing development of events," the Ambassador noted.

*The quotes in the article have been double-translated from Georgian and wordings may be inaccurate.

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