The Minister of foreign Affairs of Russia Sergey Lavrov during his visit to Sukhum tried coffee in the famous café on the Brehalovka, and also visited the State Russian drama theatre, said the Agency Sputnik Abkhazia.
The delegation of the Russian foreign Ministry walked along the Waterfront Muhajirs, which is considered a landmark of the city. After that diplomats have shown a cafe on the Brehalovka serving boiled on the sand-coffee. The members of the delegation appreciated the taste of the drink.
“Famous coffee Brehalovka,” — said Deputy Minister of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Grigory Karasin. Sergey Lavrov also was pleased with coffee.
At the table, where sat the head of the foreign Ministry, the Russian diplomats and their Abkhazian colleagues, one space left. One of the Abkhazian journalists invited to join the table, to which she modestly refused.
“You refuse to join us? No women here?” — said Lavrov.
The Minister of foreign Affairs of Russia visited the State Russian drama theatre named Fazil Iskander. There he showed an exhibition of photographs of the correspondent S utnik Abkhazia by Thomas Thick with various performances of theatre. Lavrov praised the work of the journalist and shook hands with him, noting that photos taken with talent.
The Minister of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Sergey Lavrov in a cafe on the Brehalovka in the framework of the visit to the Republic of Abkhazia
The Minister also reviewed the excerpt from the play “Five evenings”, and then thanked the actors of the theater and wished success in work.
The Minister of foreign Affairs of Russia Sergey Lavrov has arrived to Abkhazia with two-day visit on April 18. He took part in the official opening of the new building of the Russian Embassy in Abkhazia, together with the President of the Republic Raul Khadzhimba.