Abkhazia’s Foreign Minister resigns and returns to Russia 10:21

Head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Abkhazia Inal Ardzinba reportedly resigned and plans to return to Russia TASS.

The country’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, “Ardzinba informed the team that he was resigning from his position as Minister of Foreign Affairs and wrote a statement regarding this.” said.

There is no official information about Ardzinba’s resignation yet. Inal Ardzinba has dual citizenship: Russia and Abkhazia. He worked for a long time in the Kremlin, served as the head of the department of socio-economic cooperation with the CIS countries of the Office of the President of Russia and the chief adviser to the Russian Federation. Office of the President of Russia responsible for CIS affairs.

In November 2021, Ardzinba was appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Abkhazia by decree of the President of this country.

Previously at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Abkhazia commented Dual citizenship agreement with Russia

The draft agreement was proposed by Russian President Vladimir Putin and presented to the State Duma on May 31. After that, the State Duma approved the treaty.

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Source: Gazeta


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