Refugees From ABKHAZIA


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The Georgian-Abkhaz conflict refers to the ethnic conflict between Georgians and Abkhaz (allegedly strongly supported by Russia) in Abkhazia, a de facto independent republic which is de jure part of Georgia. The conflict involved a 13-month long Abkhazian war , 1991-1993. From 13,000 to 20,000 ethnic Georgians have been reported to be killed and approximately 3,000 Abkhaz, more than 250,000 Georgians became internally displaced and refugees,suffering from poverty and homeliness. The conflict, one of the bloodiest in the post-Soviet area, remains unresolved.


Pays : Géorgie
Lieu : Georgia

Nombre de photos : 15