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Georgia: Threats of Fragmentation
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THREATS OF FRAGMENTATION


The autonomous areas of South Ossetia and Abkhazia added to the problems of Georgia's post-Soviet governments. By 1993 separatist movements in those regions threatened to tear the republic into several sections. Intimations of Russian interference in the ethnic crises also complicated Georgia's relations with its giant neighbor.




Last Updated: March 1994


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