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“Juridically, this was certainly an attempt at seizing power by force, in an armed way,” the Abkhazian president said, noting that, however, “There is still a chance to bring back the situation in the legal field.”
“Together with the Security Council members, we discuss various options for the development of events. My aim and the purpose of the actions of my colleagues have been one and the same: to avert development of events according to a scenario that would be irreparable to our country,” Ankvab noted.
The Abkhazian Interior Ministry works in routine mode, republican Interior Minister Otar Khetsia told ITAR-TASS on Wednesday morning.
In his words, police are fulfilling their duties to protect public order. “No incidents took place in districts and cities of the republic for the past night,” he noted.
As for the presidential administration building, oppositionists are staying at the building on first and second floors.
At the last debate in reply to our request to give us an opportunity to discuss all details behind closed doors oppositionists turned around sharply and went down to their supporters who were staying at the presidential administration building. Then an actual capture of the building started Alexander Ankvab Abkhazia's President The chiefs of Abkhazia's security organizations have stated Wednesday that they support the lawfully elected president of the country and do not accept "unconstitutional methods of struggle which are conducive to a destabilization of the situation in the country".
This is said in a joint statement signed by Defence and Interior Ministers Mirab Kishmariya and Otar Khetsiya, Aslan Bzhaniya, Chairman of the State Security Service (SSS), and Raul Lolua, chief of the SSSS Special-Purpose Center.
The leaders of the security-related organizations of Abkhazia express an "Utter concern over the current developments in the country". "The security agencies are outside politics. However, we are categorically against unconstitutional methods of struggle which are conducive to a destabilization of the situation in the country. An escalation of the struggle may lead to disastrous consequences to the State. We earnestly call on all forces to stick to legal actions exclusively within the framework of the Constitution of the Republic of Abkhazia. We support the lawfully elected president of the country," the statement emphasizes.
The conflict between incumbent authorities and opposition broke out over issue of Abkhazian passports to residents of eastern border districts in the republic. These citizens are Georgian nationals who taking Abkhazian citizenship did not abandon Georgian citizenship that contradicts Abkhazian legislation. According to opposition, 27 thousand people received Abkhazian passports illegally and further issue of passports was suspended on their demand.