Japanese prime minister expects progress in talks on peace treaty with PutinWorld April 25, 15:55
Teen bitten by pet lion strolling in Russia’s Volga regionSociety & Culture April 25, 15:42
Deputy PM Mutko says Russia ready to host Confederations CupSport April 25, 15:30
Russia to supply power to Lugansk Republic after Ukraine cuts electricity — sourceRussian Politics & Diplomacy April 25, 15:15
Kremlin spokesman dismisses cyberattacks allegations against Russia as 'fake news'Russian Politics & Diplomacy April 25, 15:00
OSCE begins internal probe into SMM car blast in DonbassWorld April 25, 14:56
World’s legendary goaltender Vladislav Tretiak turns 65Sport April 25, 14:49
Russian missile frigate holds artillery drills in MediterraneanMilitary & Defense April 25, 14:48
Lavrov slams US ‘Russia-arms-Taliban’ remarks as ‘red herring’ to divert focus from SyriaRussian Politics & Diplomacy April 25, 14:46
“It’s the parliament that will decide on this issue,” Bganda said at a news briefing on Monday.
“We talked about it earlier,” he added.
Bganba said Ankvab had left the Russian base in Gudauta. Ankvab is currently at his home in the village of Lykhny, Gudauta District, he said.
“I’ll demand the prosecutor general resign,” Bganba said, adding, “The deputy prosecutor general will carry out his duties.”
“There is no sensce to appoint a new candidate three months before the presidential elections,” he said.
“For considerations of preserving stability in the country, I am tendering my resignation as Abkhazian President, in line with article 65 of the country’s constitution,” Ankvab said in his address to the people on Sunday. “I call on people to keep calm, to preserve civil peace and to hold the new elections in a normal atmosphere."
According to Ankvab, the consequences of what is now going on in Abkhazia might be ruinous for the country.