6 August 2002 TBILISI, 6 August (Civil Georgia)–The leader of the Tbilisi-based Abkhazian government in exile, Tama Nadareishvili, on 1 August ended a seven-month moratorium on guerrilla activities within Abkhazia. His call for the active guerrilla movement caused turmoil on Georgia’s political scene. On the first day after the moratorium expired, up to 5,000 internally […]

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