British lobbyist of separatism in Georgia, professor at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, George Hewitt completed his book on the conflicts in Georgia, Apsnypress reported.
Hewitt, known for his work that justifies Abkhazian separatism, visited Sukhumi, where he met with the leader of the puppet regime Alexander Ankvab.
At the meeting with Ankvab Hewitt said that the book would soon be given to a publisher. According to him, it was hard to find a publisher in England, as many refused to publish the book, arguing that the conflicts were presented there one-sidedly, from the position of Abkhazia and Tskhinvali. Ankvab quickly found the argument: "Western friends of Georgia have no idea that someone can write objectively. "
At the end of the meeting Ankvab presented George Hewitt with silver coins with the image of well-known writers of Abkhazia, as well as an album dedicated to Abkhazian painter Alexander Chachba.