Russia builds up stockpile of Surface-to-Sea missiles in Abkhazia

Russia rumored to store Surface to Sea missiles in Abkhazia for possible delivery to Iran.  

Russia has moved a number of Surface-to-Seas missiles into Abkhazia, the former province of the Republic of Georgia.  With Georgia possessing only one relevant naval ship, the only rational explanation could be a covert shipment to Iran to enable them to sink any commercial shipping  vessel and to combat any US-led intervention against Iran’s nuclear program.  Russia’s main intention is to drive oil prices up to fund their military and government expansion and not necessarily to protect Iran.