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"We are going to impose violently nobody to get Abkhazian citizenship and passports", - declared on November, 16th to "Apsnypress" the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Abkhazia Sergey Shamba, making comments on the statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia from November, 14th.

In the minister’s opinion, "people living in Abkhazia, should choose on their own to take the Abkhazian passports or not". "If people refuse, it will entail restriction of their political rights, more truly, the rights of participation in elections ", - noted the minister.

His refusal to make comments or deny many statements of the Georgian party Sergey Shamba explained with that "more often these statements are groundless, or based on invented facts". As to the situation in Galsky area, it, according to the minister, was stable as a whole. The participants of the weekly quadrilateral meetings - representatives of the Abkhazian and Georgian parties, commands of the peace-making forces and military observers of the United Nations - confirmed that, too.

In Sergey Shamba's opinion, some rising of criminality in Galsky area was connected with renewal of activities of the so-called guerrilla which was declared by the head of the illegal Georgian armed formation "Wood brothers" Zurab Samushia.

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