Georgian-Abkhazian conflict

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The Georgian-Abkhazian conflict refers to the ethnic conflict between Georgians and Abkhaz (allegedly supported by Russia) in Georgia’s Autonomous Republic of Abkhazia that peaked in 1992–1993.


  • Грузинам здесь уже не жить, в Абхазии они могут только умирать.
    • Translation: Georgians can't live here anymore, in Abkhazia they can only die.
    • V. Smir, newspaper "Komsomolskaya pravda" (19 December 1992)

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