Georgian drone again began to fly over Abkhazia

Border Service of Russia has registered with the May 2009, more than 40 violations of the airspace boundaries of Abkhazia by Georgian unmanned aerial vehicles.

Georgia has conducted regular reconnaissance territory of Abkhazia with the help of unmanned aerial vehicles to the armed conflict in 2008. A few months before the outbreak of hostilities the Georgian side announced the termination of flights drones over Abkhazia after the Abkhazian air defense shot down several aircraft. Later, the Abkhaz Foreign Ministry has repeatedly reported that the UAV Georgia continues to invade the airspace of the Republic. Georgia denied these reports.

27 April 2010 | abkhazia, conflict, georgia, uav

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