The State Security Service publishes a report that states that "the main threat to the Georgian state is the occupation of Georgian territories and the existence of the Russian Federation"s armed forces in the occupied regions."
The report emphasizes the fact that the occupiers have an unofficial annexation policy and this process remains a challenge for the country:
"The ongoing process of informal annexation of the occupied Abkhazia and Tskhinvali region by the Russian Federation, increasing militarization, deliberate isolation of the occupied territories, illegal detentions and discrimination on the ethnic basis of the Georgian population remains a major challenge for the State Security Service."
The document also refers to Archil Tatunashvili"s case and states that this case confirms the grave situation in the occupied territories.
"Processes developed on the Occupied Territories of Georgia show that the Russian authorities are implementing the policy of unofficial annexation in the direction of Abkhazia and Tskhinvali region, a clear example is step taken to a practical implementation of so-called" alliance "agreements with the occupied Abkhazia and Tskhinvali region , "the document says.