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Informal trade is increasing between Georgia and the breakaway territories of South Ossetia and Abkhazia, and between Abkhazia and countries outside the region. But talks among them on mutually beneficial commerce could open lines of communication long cemented shut. Why did it happen? Abkhazia and South Ossetia use the Russian ruble.

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Informal trade is increasing between Georgia and the breakaway territories of South Ossetia and Abkhazia, and between Abkhazia and countries outside the region. But talks among them on mutually beneficial commerce could open lines of communication long cemented shut. Why did it happen? Abkhazia and South Ossetia use the Russian ruble.

Its depreciation made imports more expensive. The breakaway regions want cheaper goods; de facto authorities want customs revenue. Why does it matter? Trade could improve livelihoods and build contacts between communities across conflict divides. Creating a framework for formal trade — together with the increased informal commerce — could improve conditions in the breakaway regions and relations between them and Tbilisi, while opening opportunities for dialogue on areas of mutual benefit, even beyond trade.

What should be done? Tbilisi should offer to speak directly to the breakaway regions, which should develop their own proposals for trade. Use of confidential back channels could help. Nor have relations across dividing lines improved.

In recent years, however, informal trade has grown between Abkhazia and South Ossetia, which Russia recognized as independent in , and Georgian-controlled territory; so, too, has trade between Abkhazia and countries outside the region. In a departure from the past, stakeholders are quietly considering options for formalising aspects of trade.

In , Georgia and Russia intensified discussions on a trade corridor through South Ossetia, while the European Union began testing options for opening to Abkhaz businesses the free trade agreement it has with Georgia. Prospects of either initiative coming to fruition appear slim, but trade talks are worth pursuing. Together with the present volume of informal commerce, such initiatives can help improve relations across dividing lines and conditions in the breakaway regions.

Informal trade between those regions and Georgia proper is developing apace. Abkhaz and South Ossetian authorities seek to raise duties on trade across the conflict divides, despite nominally prohibiting it, as a means of tapping revenue streams independent of Russia. This trade is one of the few ways for people on either side of the conflict lines to forge links unburdened by politics.

Over , discussions of two initiatives for formalising trade also appeared to gather pace. The first initiative involves linking Russia and Georgia via a trade corridor through South Ossetia, a faster, wider and, in winter, safer route than the Kazbegi-Upper Lars mountain pass over which most cargo between the two countries travels today. The idea originates in a agreement between Georgia and Russia, but Swiss-mediated talks on the corridor went nowhere until a landslide in late closed the Kazbegi-Upper Lars pass and trucking companies lobbied for an alternative.

For South Ossetia, Russian business and Armenia — which relies on traversing Georgia for most of its foreign trade — the corridor would likely pay big economic dividends. European officials have engaged over the past year with the Abkhaz leadership to discuss how that might work.

Abkhaz businesses primarily seek cheap foreign imports and investment, which the DCFTA process might stimulate. That in turn would help the Abkhaz increase the quantity of their produce and ensure it meets European standards, thus also facilitating exports.

If the ultimate economic benefits of both initiatives are clear, so, too, are the political obstacles they confront. Doing so would risk fierce domestic backlash, especially for Georgian and de facto authorities in the Abkhaz capital Sukhumi and the South Ossetian capital Tskhinvali. Conversely, Moscow resists any alternative that might undercut either. For business and political elites in Sukhumi, who complain of being isolated beyond contacts with Russia, the core interest is in opening up the region to links beyond both Russia and Georgia.

Despite these obstacles, some recent signs are positive. In December , Tbilisi signed a contract with a Swiss company, known by its acronym, SGS, to monitor the South Ossetia trade corridor, one provision of the deal.

In late May Moscow followed suit. In themselves these contracts do not open the corridor; Moscow and Tbilisi still need to resolve the customs and passport control issues, among others. But were a landslide to again block the regular route — landslides are frequent in the mountains — this step might pave the way for an emergency fix through South Ossetia.

Meanwhile, the Georgian parliament has started debating a new government proposal that, among other things, seeks to facilitate local trade across the conflict divides. The initiative seeks to entice businesses from the breakaway regions to trade with Georgia proper.

While it may also allow for some trade with the outside world, Abkhaz political and business leaders fear this will be done via Tbilisi, something they find unacceptable. Having thus far rejected the initiative, Abkhaz leaders should come up with their own proposals. Tbilisi appears likely to be ready to engage in a discussion, though it does not want to lose all of its control over this conflict region.

Status-neutral ideas that would help open up the region could form part of discrete discussions between Georgian and Abkhaz officials. All sides have cause to keep the door open. The Abkhaz and South Ossetians need the money and seek broader international contacts. Moscow also might want to show a constructive face in Georgia as it seeks, in Ukraine, to shift blame to Kyiv for the lack of progress in implementing the Minsk Agreements that aim to settle the Donbas conflict.

For Tbilisi, while the economic benefits are less clear, its opportunities for direct dialogue with the Abkhaz or South Ossetian leaderships are few and should be developed.

While informal trade is likely to continue developing, neither the South Ossetia corridor nor the extension of DCFTA benefits to Abkhazia businesses appear likely any time soon. But talks among the parties on increasing mutually beneficial commerce could open lines of communication long cemented shut.

If opportunities for formal trade do arise, such arrangements could improve both the lives of those in Abkhazia and South Ossetia and communication between Tbilisi and the breakaway republics. Failure to at least explore such initiatives would risk hurting chances for economic growth in the region and waste potential opportunities for reconciliation. In the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic, it was an autonomous republic.

Before the conflict, it was home to some , people of different ethnic backgrounds primarily Georgian, Abkhaz, Armenian and Russian. Over , ethnic Georgians were forcibly displaced in the fighting; some 50, have since returned. Today, Abkhazia has about , people and little industry besides tourism. It also borders Russia, but most of its 4, sq km territory is landlocked high in the mountains, at a strategic juncture of the North and South Caucasus. Those of working age among its 30, inhabitants are employed mainly in agriculture and in support of the Russian military presence there.

Hide Footnote Long-festering ethnic tensions turned violent as the Soviet Union disintegrated in the early s. Wars erupted in in South Ossetia and the following year in Abkhazia. In , amid an escalation of political and military tensions between Tbilisi and Tskhinvali, and against the backdrop of a diplomatic crisis between Tbilisi and Moscow, Russia deployed its army into the breakaway regions, as well as parts of Georgia, and recognised the independence of both Abkhazia and South Ossetia.

The Abkhaz and South Ossetians, along with the Russians, see this as a result of Georgian aggression, while most Georgians blame Moscow for its military intervention. Hide Footnote. A truce, though often uneasy, has held since then. Tbilisi sees the lines as administrative boundaries within Georgia; Sukhumi, Tskhinvali and Moscow insist they are international borders. Abkhaz and Ossetians disagree, citing the need for security guarantees from Moscow against Tbilisi.

Links between Georgia proper and the breakaway regions are limited. Ethnic Georgians, who inhabit a pocket in each of the entities — the Gali district in Abkhazia and the Akhalgori district in South Ossetia — account for most such cooperation.

Ossetians refer to Akhalgori as Leningor. De facto officials and residents of the entities criticise what they see as their international isolation. Hide Footnote In the past two years, the conditions for ethnic Georgians in both breakaway republics have greatly deteriorated. Talks to resolve the conflicts are stalled.

But these meetings function to manage rather than resolve the conflicts; they are not mandated to deal with issues related to the status of the breakaway regions and in practice discussions often fail to address even issues such as international security arrangements or the return of displaced people. There are no formal talks between Tbilisi and the seats of Abkhaz and South Ossetian self-rule.

Conversations that do take place are ad hoc and usually unofficial. Since , it has pursued a so-called engagement policy to support those living in the breakaway regions with medical and education assistance. But in practice its efforts in these areas often collide with or are sidelined by actions it takes to further its non-recognition policy. For years Western allies have encouraged Georgian leaders to soften the law, in order to afford international humanitarian organisations greater access to the breakaway areas and encourage trade and freedom of movement, but Georgians from across the political spectrum have resisted making any such changes.

For its part, Moscow insists its role is to act mainly as a security guarantor and mediator. Both Sukhumi and Tskhinvali depend on Russian security and financial aid. The triangular dynamic among Georgia, Russia and the breakaway regions hinders cooperation. Tbilisi blames Moscow for the conflict, though some in Georgia admit the Georgian-Abkhaz and Georgian-Ossetian conflicts would not go away even were Tbilisi and Moscow to find common ground.

Tbilisi is loath to put itself on a par with the de facto authorities in Sukhumi and Tskhinvali, whom it views as Russian puppets. Hide Footnote Moscow, while saying that Georgians, Abkhaz and South Ossetians must work out their differences among themselves, eyes any actual exchanges warily.

Notwithstanding the political gridlock, openings may exist for increased trade between Georgia and the breakaway regions and between those regions and the outside world. For years, goods have trickled over the conflict divides between Georgia-controlled territory and the breakaway regions. At the same time, and despite occasional violent outbursts and regular exchanges of hostile rhetoric, fears of major bloodshed have greatly subsided over the past decade. Notwithstanding the distrust among the conflict parties, the relative quiet has prompted thinking about increased cooperation, with trade first on the agenda.

This report examines and offers ideas on how to advance these initiatives. Research involved interviews with officials, diplomats and analysts, as well as businessmen and consumers, between May May in Georgia-controlled territory, in South Ossetia and Abkhazia, as well as in Brussels and Moscow. According to Georgian law, there can be no trade between Georgian-controlled territory and the breakaway republics — or between those republics and the outside world.

Since the wars of the early s, Tbilisi has denied the legitimacy of the de facto authorities in Sukhumi and Tskhinvali and refused to recognise their regulations. It rejects the customs declarations, certificates of origin and other paperwork issued by those authorities. Hide Footnote But it bans products with Abkhaz and South Ossetian labels from the shelves of Georgian shops because they lack proper documentation, including certificates of origin.

Hide Footnote It also fines anyone selling Russian products that have arrived via the breakaway territories, on the grounds that those goods have bypassed Georgian customs. In one case in March , Georgian officials fined a villager from Tserovani named Olga Pavliashvili for carrying Russian-produced sour cream, candies, canned beef and fruit drink mix from Akhalgori into Georgian-controlled territory.

The officials apparently suspected her of intent to sell these products without paying duties. The charges were dropped after media reports prompted higher-level officials to intervene. Locals spoke of other instances when Georgian police summarily confiscated goods. Tbilisi is likewise tough on efforts by Abkhaz and South Ossetian businesses to make deals with foreign companies, fearing a slippery slope toward recognition of the breakaway entities.

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