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Georgian-Abkhaz War | FBIS Reports (Aug-Oct. 1992)

Goergian-Abkhaz Conflict. Tengiz Kitovani

Georgian-Abkhaz War (1992 - 1993)
 
The first day of the war, August 14, 1992

On 14 August 1992, the troops of Georgia’s State Council invaded Abkhazia. 

FBIS Reports | August-September 1992
Keywords: Shevardnadze, Kitovani, Georgia, Abkhazia, Conflict, CMPC (Confederation of Mountain Peoples of the Caucasus), Volunteers, North Caucasus, Ardzinba, Musa Shanibov, Nalchik.

August 14, 1992


 

August 15, 1992

Both Sides Agree to Cease-Fire  ITAR-TASS World Service 11:06 GMT

August 17, 1992

August 18, 1992


+ Lord Ennals: Georgian troops guilty of atrocities | November 1992
+ How nations united: Formation of the Confederation of Caucasian Peoples
+ 'Absence of Will': A commentary

August 19, 1992

August 20, 1992

North Caucasian Republics Discuss Abkhazia  ITAR-TASS in English 15:39 GMT

Urge Georgian Troop Withdrawal, ROSSIYSKAYA GAZETA

August 24, 1992

August 25, 1992

August 26, 1992

Shevardnadze Writes Yeltsin. INTERFAX in English 18:33 GMT

 

August 27, 1992

Georgia Accused of Using ‘Grands’. Moscow Mayak Radio Network 

Ardzinba: Russians ‘Should be Tougher’. KOMSOMOLSKAYA PRAVDA (page 1)

September 2, 1992

Mountain Peoples Leader on Abkhazia Conflict. KRASNAYA ZVEZDA (page 3)

September 6, 1992

September 7, 1992

September 28, 1992

AP. State of emergency imposed in Russian region [Kabardino-Balkaria]

September 30, 1992

October 10, 1992

October 11, 1992

October 12, 1992


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