As is known to all, russia's foreign policy, as the world's second-largest country, has always been popular with other countries in its foreign relations, except for some western countries such as the united states, where weapons and natural gas are often exported to many countries. But it has been russia's biggest headache when it comes to relations with its neighbors, such as russia and ukraine, which have been clashing over Crimea. Recently, russian neighbor georgia and russia, one of the main disputes in abkhaz news agency moscow reported on january 9th, abkhaz president hagimba said the recent outbreak of large-scale protests in the country, if necessary will declare a state of emergency.
It is understood that on the day of January 9, a large number of protesters broke into Abkhazia's presidential palace and demanded the resignation of President Raul Hajimba, owing to the protesters'dissatisfaction with the court's decision that the opposition leader Kvizia had lost the presidential election and the findings of the November 2019 shooting in Sukhumi. They also argue that government inaction has led to sluggish economic growth and frequent corruption. Immediately after the outbreak of the protest march on 9 September, Abkhazia held a general assembly to vote on the question of the resignation of the President requested by the opposition, and the final result was announced, with 19 votes in favour, only four against, one abstention and overwhelming support for the adoption of the proposal for the resignation of Raul Hajimba.
President Raul Hajimba said he himself refused to resign and was willing to negotiate with the protesters, while calling on them to remain calm and not be provoked. The protests in Abkhazia are reminiscent of those in Bolivia, all because of the massive protests that have erupted in the country as a result of opposition provocations.
Originally part of the Autonomous Republic of Georgia, bordering on the south of Russia, Abkhazia and South Ossetia have declared their independence from Georgia since the collapse of the Soviet Union, but have been rejected by the Georgian Government, and in 1992 Georgia and Abkhazia officially broke out in full war, and then, because of Russian intervention, Abkhazia finally won victory and was declared in 1994, until the sovereignty of Abkhazia was recognized by Russia until 2008, until now only seven United Nations Member States and three non-United Nations Member States have established diplomatic relations with Abkhazia, and the sovereignty of Abkhazia has been recognized by very few States, and because of this, Russia has been in deep contradiction with Georgia.
The current president, Raúl Hajimba, has been targeted by the opposition at this year's election conference because of his pro-Russian credentials, and many believe that the protests in Abkhazia are likely to be planned by Georgia and the West, as the more chaotic relations between Russia and its neighbours are, the more beneficial it will be for Western countries to target Russia.