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Georgia: Messages to Abkhazia

Fifteen years after Akhazia broke away from Georgian territory, Georgians wrote messages to the inhabitants of the separatist province on a board in the capital Tblisi. Like Soviet soldiers’ inscriptions on Berlin's Reichstag after WWII, none of the messages contained anything negative: “We are missing you Abkhaz brothers.” Steady State wonders what the Abkhaz would have to say to their Georgian neighbours.

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