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SUKHUM, May 30. /ITAR-TASS/. Abkhazia’s opposition will not interfere with work of the government’s authorities, the opposition’s leader Raul Khadzhimba told reporters on Friday.
“As of today, all the authorities are working, no counteraction is undertaken,” he said. “I have met with several ministers and we agreed the work should continue.”
“The law enforcement agencies and the armed forces support the people,” he said.
Though presently the law enforcers remain neutral, “the situation is changing,” he continued. “We are moving in the right direction.”
Earlier, Abkhazia’s law enforcers said they supported the legitimate president and would not undertake “non-constitutional measures, which may destabilize the situation."