"Are you ready to come with me to Sukhumi... let's go directly to them and talk to our neighbors, our brothers on our common land... and do you need the approval of the American Embassy for this?"
With these words, the chairman of the parliamentary political group "European Socialists" Fridon Injia addressed the Minister of State for Reconciliation and Civil Equality Tea Akhvlediani, who in the highest legislative body of the country with a report in the "Minister's Hour" format presented.
"I have a list here and I'm picking people and they're ready and so enthusiastic about this proposal that it's really welcome. The main thing is that you are allowed. You didn't answer that. Stand tall as the minister of Georgia, as Gharibashvili says, that he will not do anything that would be against our country, do the same," said Fridon Injia.
Are there any countries that do not agree with our reconciliation with the Abkhazians? And if so, why don't you reconcile them?
Why does the de-facto government of Abkhazia not want to contact us?
Have you ever tried to negotiate one-on-one?
Is there a possibility of reconciliation without dialogue?
Can you tell the defacto authorities of Abkhazia that you are talking to them as an autonomous republic as defined by the constitution in the first half of 1992? As to the later stage when they declared independence, that is another matter for discussion.
Was there an attempt to use this issue as one of the mechanisms for conflict settlement to take an effective step?