Georgia, Tbilisi, June 9 / Trend N. Kirtskhalia /
Members of Abkhazia's trade union consider report of UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon as attempt to change legal status of Abkhazia and South Ossetia diplomatically.
Members of Abkhazia's trade union protest against intermediate report of UN secretary general dated May 15. They think that there is attempt to change legal status of Abkhazia diplomatically because Abkhazia was not mentioned as part of Georgia in the name of report, representative of the union Ineza Tsomaya said at the press-conference on June 9.
Russia tries to put pressure on UN Security Council, Abkhazia's trade union said. They apply for help to the international organizations and call for changing of UN mission mandate on police mandate and undertake concrete action instead of different resolutions adopted once.
Statement will be sent to the international organizations and Ban Ki-moon on June 10, Tsomaya said.
Moreover, protest action is likely to be held in front of Tbilisi's office of UN.
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