The following letter was sent to Human Rights Organizations and Groups:
NATIONS OF THE NORTH CAUCASUS
To All Respected Human Rights Organizations and Groups,
I would like to thank you for the unprecedented efforts that you perform to elaborate on the misfortune people who lost their motherlands and/or their civil rights in an unprincipled circumstances, which makes you contribute to draw the attention of the self-conscious peoples and nations of the world.
All "Human Rights" organizations and groups are requested to indicate and point out part of the presence and the history of some of the North Caucasian nations who suffered, and still of great losses of motherland, millions of human lives and the "right to choose" of self-determination and choice of "way of living" in a respected and dignified way and method at homeland.
Upon those forgotten are the Shapsugs and the Hatuqwais,beside others, which some sites hereunder will give an idea of some of their suffering, distress and to indicate their "home of origin". There are many of those nations who were the victims of the brutal Russian occupation, and they are still living whether at home (if a homeland was left for them), but under colonial occupation or dispersed and scattered in diaspora, in tens of countries around the world. Those survivors both at homeland and in diaspora, are still got the scars, affects, pain, loss, and damage as subsequence of the criminal war that was waged against their homeland which still felt and sighted.