Europe’s leading human rights organisation calls on both sides to cooperate.
Claims that the new system is being implemented without proper public consultation and will weaken democracy.
Ethnic Georgians say that the de facto Abkhazia government is using their land as a dumping ground.
Journalists warn that they are being targeted, with little official protection.
Scarcity of in-patient care means that many struggle to access help.
Vote for mayors and municipal councillors may choose the country’s political direction.
Leaders of both countries have repeatedly hinted that direct talks on a rapprochement could soon begin.
Country at particular risk due to lack of control over its occupied territories.
“The agreement is very dangerous for peaceful, non-violent citizens who are escaping torture.”
Once a key economic driver, the sector has been hard hit by Covid-19 and political turbulence.