Abkhaz fears over Russian dominance

Some Abkhazians are concerned their territory has become little more than a Russian fiefdom.

    The Georgian breakaway region of Abkhazia has celebrated the first anniversary of its recognition by Russia as an independent state.

    But while locals say they are ready to defend their independence, some are now concerned the territory has become little more than a Russian fiefdom.

    Matthew Collin reports from Sukhumi, the Abkhaz capital.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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