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Putin strengthens ties with Abkhazia; Tbilisi protests (24.11.2014)

President Vladimir Putin signed a "strategic partnership" agreement with Georgia's breakaway region of Abkhazia on Monday, angering Tbilisi, which said Moscow was looking to annex the territory. The agreement drew strong criticism from NATO and the European Union.

Georgian leader tells EU, NATO he remains on pro-Western path (17.11.2014)

Georgia's prime minister told the European Union and NATO on Monday that his country remained firmly committed to integration with both organizations after his dismissal of a pro-Western minister caused a political crisis.

Tbilisi concerned over Kremlin-proposed Abkhazia pact (15.10.2014)

Tbilisi has voiced concern over a reported Kremlin proposal to create a joint armed force of Russia and Georgia's breakaway Abkhazia region.

New EU Special Representative appointed (08.07.2014)

The Council today appointed Ambassador Herbert Salber as EU Special Representative for the South Caucasus and the crisis in Georgia.

NATO to strengthen ties with Georgia, not offer full membership (25.06.2014)

NATO members, wary of antagonizing Russia, will propose closer ties with Georgia but stop short of granting full membership to the one-time Soviet republic, the alliance's top official said Wednesday.

Geneva talks end after walkout by Abkhaz, South Ossetian delegates (19.06.2014)

The two-day talks, co-chaired by representatives from the EU, UN, and the OSCE, started on June 17. The talks involve negotiators from the two breakaway regions, as well as from Georgia, Russia, and the United States.

Abkhazia's de facto president denounces 'coup attempt' (28.05.2014)

Protesters on May 27 stormed the building where (de facto president Alexandr) Ankvab's office is located after a demonstration by several thousand people. Ankvab agreed to the demonstrators' demand to dismiss the government, but the opposition demanded that he also step down.