Thanks to Georgia
The Parliament of Georgia
Rustaveli Avenue, 8
His Excellency, the Chairman of the Parliament of Georgia, Esquire,
Distinguished Assistants to the Chairman of the Parliament of Georgia,
Honors, the Chairmen and Members of the "FOREIGN AFFAIRS”, "DIASPORA AND CAUCASUS ISSUES”, "HUMAN RIGHTS AND CIVIL INTEGRATION”, "EDUCATION, SCIENCE AND CULTURE”, and "LEGAL ISSUES”, Committees.
Dear Distinguished Members of Parliament of the Georgian Parliament.
We would like to begin this letter to send warmest greetings to His Excellency the President of the Republic of Georgia Mr. Mikheil Saakashvili, Esquire, the Friendly Government of Georgia and the Great Georgian people …
Circassia has emerged on the 20th of May, 2011, which is the approach of the day of the end of the 147th year of the end of the Russian/Caucasian War, with limitless human concern and sympathy gesture, when the Caucasian State of Georgia has decided to recognize the Circassian Genocide that had been forgotten by the close and distant, and criminals had mistakenly thought that they had managed to get away with their heinous crime against the Circassian (Adigha) nation, and the entire humanity.
The Circassians had been exposed as you know to a devastating war that had lasted for 101 years, and was officially ended on the 21st of May,1864, and resulted in the elimination of 50% of the total population in addition to the deportation, displacement, and the transferring of those who were still alive while they were in a deplorable condition.
The echoes of this resounding event did not only reach and comforted the soles of those who were oppressed and who had perished while defending their dear homeland, and even went beyond the place to all Circassian communities in Diaspora and those scattered groups in Motherland.
Wisdom and ethical responsibility have prevailed with this important and unprecedented recognition of the worst human disaster that the world had encountered in the 19th century, with tsarist Russian troops had executed a predetermined ugly crime that had been planned in advance in the dark, and was implemented aloud, by using savage force in order to occupy the Circassian territories and to eliminate its population in any way possible.
This brotherly move by the entire distinguished Georgian Parliament starting with His Excellency, the Chairman of the Parliament of Georgia,the Distinguished Assistants to the Chairman of the Parliament of Georgia, to the Parliament’s competent Committees, the respected Chairmen and Members of those committees, and all the admired Members of the Parliament of Georgia, whether in the Majority or the Opposition, who expressed through their speeches, intervention, and support unrivaled human sympathy towards their Circassian brethrens, and the mentioning of the virtues of the heroic Circassian people, represented by unprecedented courage, bravery, and altruism, which will strengthen and enhance the vigor of the strong ancient Caucasus history as deep-rooted relations between Georgians and Circassians on one hand and between all the nations and peoples of the Caucasus on the other hand, for better future and building peace among all peoples and nations of the Caucasus, for a better future and for the sake of building peace to be enjoyed by all peoples and nations of the Caucasus, hoping that other brotherly and friendly states will follow this Georgian great example of recognizing reality and legitimate rights that requires such strong political will through a true democracy.
Through Tbilisi’s resolution that extends special human and honest call to the Russian State, in order not to overlook the humanitarian and civilized dialogue in order to recognize the rights of the Circassian nation, the International Olympic Committee must know that holding the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Circassian Sochi, would be considered a continuation of the genocide against the nation that borne the brunt of the genocide which led to the occupation of its homeland by the invading hordes of Tsarist forces.
Also, United Europe is urged to take this opportunity to ascertain the rights of all European peoples whether they are small or large to restore and regain their freedom and the rights stated in the United Nations Declaration on Human Rights, particularly the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
On the occasion of the anniversary of National Day of the Republic of Georgia today, the 26th of May, we would like to extend our warmest congratulations to the great Georgian people, wishing to friendly Georgia continuous progress and prosperity.
26 May, 2011.
Justice for North Caucasus Group
and Associate Sister Associations/Institutions
The Circassian Genocide