In the footsteps of Lugansk.. an important political development in the Caucasus for Russia

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و :ضاف: "It is not very difficult to do without delay"confirming that joining the Russia he is "old dream" for the Ossetians.

AndSouth Ossetiabeh AndAbkhazia two areas in Caucasus They separated from Georgia, the former Soviet republic.

Russia recognized their independence in August 2008 after a lightning war between Tbilisi and Moscow.

Since this conflict, Russian forces have been permanently stationed in South Ossetia and Abkhazia.

For his part, the Speaker of the Parliament of Abkhazia, Valery Kvarchia, confirmed, on Wednesday evening, that the issue of including this "Republic" To Russia is not on the table because "the Constitution" Abkhaz confirms "clearly" that it "Independent country".

The Interfax news agency quoted Kvarchia as saying that South Ossetia’s decision to organize "Possible referendum" he is "sovereign right" her, considering that the reason for this decision is the desire to unite the Ossetians, some of whom live in Russia.

The announcement by the South Ossetian leader comes as the Russian army continues its invasion of Ukraine in an offensive that began on February 24, and Moscow says its goal is to help the separatist regions of Lugansk and Donetsk loyal to it in the east of this country.

And last week Bibilov announced that he had sent soldiers from South Ossetia to Ukraine "To help protect Russia".

The leader of the separatists in Lugansk, Leonid Pasechnik, announced on Sunday that a referendum would be held "In the near future" About the accession of this region to Russia.

In turn, the leader of the separatists in Donetsk, Denis Pushlin, regularly declares his support for joining Russia.

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“Of course we have to ask the people for their opinion and allow them to express their opinion about the possibility of joining the party,” Anatoly Bibilov said in a statement broadcast live on a Russian television channel. United Russia“.

“It is not very difficult to do without delay,” he added, stressing that joining the Russia It is an “old dream” of the Ossetians.

AndSouth Ossetiabeh AndAbkhazia two areas in Caucasus They separated from Georgia, the former Soviet republic.

Russia recognized their independence in August 2008 after a lightning war between Tbilisi and Moscow.

Since this conflict, Russian forces have been permanently stationed in South Ossetia and Abkhazia.

For his part, the Speaker of the Parliament of Abkhazia, Valery Kvarchea, confirmed, on Wednesday evening, that the issue of annexing this “republic” to Russia is not on the table, because the “constitution” of Abkhazia “clearly” affirms that it is an “independent state.”

The Interfax news agency quoted Kvarchia as saying that South Ossetia’s decision to organize a “possible referendum” is a “sovereign right” for South Ossetia, considering that the reason for this decision is the desire to unite the Ossetians, some of whom live in Russia.

The announcement by the South Ossetian leader comes as the Russian army continues its invasion of Ukraine in an offensive that began on February 24, and Moscow says its goal is to help the separatist regions of Lugansk and Donetsk loyal to it in the east of this country.

Last week, Bibilov announced that he had sent South Ossetian soldiers to Ukraine “to help protect Russia.”

And the leader of the separatists in Lugansk, Leonid Pasechnik, announced Sunday that a referendum would be held “in the near future” on the region’s joining Russia.

In turn, the leader of the separatists in Donetsk, Denis Pushlin, regularly declares his support for joining Russia.

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