Russian aggression against Georgia continues
Kremlin's policies vis-a-vis its immediate neighbors in the last 25 years have been nothing but troubling.

In March 2014, Moscow illegally annexed Ukrainian territory of Crimea and instigated an ongoing pro-Russia separatist conflict in eastern Ukraine. However, this is not the first time Russian leaders destabilized post-Soviet countries. Kremlin operatives had also sanctioned other separatist movements in 1990s by supporting pro-Russian rebels in Transniestria region of Moldova, Armenian army during its occupation of Nagorno Karabakh region of Azerbaijan, and South Ossetian and Abkhazian separatists in their war against sovereign Georgia.

August 8 marks the 9th anniversary of Russia's aggression against Georgia in its 5-day war resulting in hundreds of civilian deaths, occupation of Georgian territories and recognition of puppet regimes in South Ossetia and Abkhazia. Since the end of the war, Russia has been encroaching by gradually moving the line of contact deep within Georgia attempting to further undermine Georgia's sovereignty and rule of international law in South Caucasus. Sanctioned by Kremlin, Moscow's closest and most loyal ally Armenia has also increased its attacks along the Line of Contact in the occupied Nagorno Karabakh region of Azerbaijan.

Please express your discontent and inform your legislators about Russia's increasing aggression in South Caucasus, by participating in the letter campaign.

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