Georgia requires Russia to tens of billions of dollars for Abkhazia and South Ossetia

Georgia through international courts will require compensation from Russia for tens of billions of dollars in damage, which, according to Tbilisi, Moscow caused by its actions in Abkhazia and South Ossetia since the early 1990’s. Georgia insists that Russia was guilty not only in the events of August 2008 in the Caucasus, but also in provoking the Georgian-Ossetian and Georgian-Abkhazian conflict since the collapse of the Soviet Union. In addition to damage caused by direct military action, Georgia spoke about the indirect losses due to conflicts in the economic development of the state as a whole.

Counting the damage a temporary parliamentary committee on the restoration of territorial integrity of the beginning of a couple of years ago. Now, as stated by this newspaper has “its chairman, Shota Malashkhia, followed by consideration of the issue in parliament to create a state commission. It will have to double-check the calculations, and then make claims and deal with relevant international organizations. According to the parliamentarian, first assess the damage for the period up to 1998, the amount is about $ 20 billion “For the subsequent period up to the present in addition to no less” - said Shota Malashkhia. In the amount of compensation included alleged damage from the activities of Russian companies in Abkhazia and South Ossetia

17 February 2010 | awards, damage, international courts

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