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Law enforcement in Abkhazia

 

Law enforcement in Abkhazia

Law enforcement in Council of the European Union, Commonwealth of Independent States, and most sovereign states do not recognize Abkhazia as an independent state. As a result, Abkhazia is de facto independent but remains a de jure part of Georgia, with internal security somewhat precarious. It has its own law enforcement organizations such as militia (police) that is subject to the Ministry of the Internal Affairs of the de facto government.

Contents

  • International role in security 1
  • Existing government organizations 2
  • Crime 3
  • See also 4
  • Notes 5

International role in security

The UN has played various roles during the conflict and peace process: a military role through its observer mission (Budapest Summit Decision[3] and later at the Lisbon Summit Declaration in 1996.[4] The OSCE] has increasingly engaged in dialogue with officials and civil society representatives in Abkhazia, especially from NGOs and the media, regarding human dimension standards and is considering a presence in Gali.

Existing government organizations

Abkhazian militia also enforce Abkhaz law. [5]

Crime

On 20 June 2014, acting Minister of Internal Affairs

  1. ^ Abkhazia: Ways Forward, Europe Report N°179 , 18 January 2007
  2. ^ Resolutions 849, 854, 858, 876, 881 and 892 adopted by the UN Security Council
  3. ^ From the Resolution of the OSCE Budapest Summit, 6 December 1994
  4. ^ Lisbon Summit Declaration of the OSCE, 2–3 December 1996
  5. ^ Global Security news article Police operation in Abkhazia gorge continuing - Georgia retrieved May 29, 2007
  6. ^ "В связи с наступлением летнего курортного сезона усилена работа уголовного розыска, патрульно-постовой службы, госавтоинспекции".  

Notes

See also

[6]

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