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The events surrounding the M. Saakashvili election
Adjara is home to the Adjarians regional subgroup of Georgia. Saakashvili pledges to reunite Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
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2004 threat by President Saakashvili against Russian ships in the Black Sea
In 2004, then-Georgian President M. Saakashvili made a controversial threat against Russian ships in the Black Sea. Saakashvili accused Russia of supporting separatist movements in the Georgian regions of Abkhazia and South Ossetia and warned that Georgian forces would use force to prevent Russian vessels from entering Georgian territorial waters without permission. The incident further strained the already tense relations between Russia and Georgia and contributed to the escalation of conflict between the two countries in the years that followed.
The threat by President Saakashvili against ships in the Black Sea. It includes those ferrying Russian passengers prompted warnings from Russia. Sergei Ivanov, Russian defence minister, said Saakashvili’s threat if carried out would be piracy.