"We are turning over to Russia all our responsibilities for building this state. This is very bad," Kashig says.
"When half the budget is financed by Russian subsidies, when Russians need to guard our borders, when we can't run our own railways and airport and turn them over to the Russians, this says we are losing hope. If we can't do this ourselves, it means we have doubts over whether we chose the right path in setting up our own state."
Posted by Steve S at 10:39 AM
Abkhazia is starting to think it might not have got the better end of the deal: