President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, does not plan to meet with Aslan Bzhania, the so-called president of occupied Abkhazia.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov made the relevant statement while talking to journalists.
“Vladimir Putin’s schedule does not include a meeting with the president of Abkhazia,” Peskov said.
The so-called president of Russia-occupied Abkhazia, Aslan Bzhania, is on a “working visit” in Moscow. Russian media reported the above based on Bzhania’s press office.
“The president of the republic of Abkhazia, Aslan Bzhania, left for Moscow on February 14,” reads the information.
According to their reports, Bzhania will hold a number of meetings in the Administration of the President of Russia within the framework of the “working visit”.
By Ana Dumbadze
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