‘Attack on president targets peace in Abkhazia’
The official added that Ankvab has Russia’s full support in his peaceful policies for progressive development. “We are convinced that all attempts to impede the implementation of this course, which is in line with the will of the Abkhazian people, are doomed to failure,” Lukashevich stressed.
Earlier, in a telephone conversation with Aleksandr Ankvab Russian president Dmitry Medvedev offered him help with the investigation.
The motorcade of the Abkhazian president came under attack by grenades and gunfire as Ankvab was on his way to the republic’s capital Sukhum on Wednesday morning.