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Georgian MPs Have Met With Circassian Activists

posted by eagle on November, 2010 as CIRCASSIA ADIGA

Georgian MPs have met with Circassian activists

19.11.2010, 19:16 | Top News

2014 Olympics in Sochi has become a major topic of discussion of the joint meeting of several committees of the Parliament of Georgia. The meeting was also attended by representatives of the Circassian organizations. The two sides spoke about the unacceptability of the Winter Olympics in the territory, where in the XIX century have been evicted Circassian peoples. The meeting participants are confident that the Games in Sochi will not comply with the Olympic Charter.


Iyad Yugar, head of the International Committee of the Circassian

"We want to tell the world that the venue of the Olympic Games in 2014 - is a place where there was a genocide of our people.The whole world should speak out against their conduct. "

Nugzar Tsiklauri, chairman of the Georgian Parliament on Relations with Compatriots Residing Abroad

"Representatives of the International Circassian Committee believes that the games ...

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Open Letter To The Assembly Of The Republic Of Adygea

posted by eagle on as CIRCASSIA ADIGA

Open Letter to the Assembly of the Republic of Adygea
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2010 00:39

Addressing members of the Assembly of the Republic of Adygea Circassian,

Assembly of the Republic of Adygea in 2014 by the Sochi Winter Olympics scheduled to be included in an element of the Russian Olympic Committee Kutlamaları'na Circassian (ROK), a reference to have learned a great disappointment and embarrassment.  

Kutlamaları'nda Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics have made as a result of the call will be represented as a cultural representation of dozens of ethnic groups in the direction of the Circassians were supposedly a decision. In the light of this development, we want to ask: you made this application, the right to represent the belief that Çerkesleri'ni What makes the whole world? What's more important positions which Cherkessia, one of your ancestors had faced exile katledilip support Sochi Olympics said that done? This support the Olympics publicly, against the Circassians in which ...

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Circassians Eligible To Restore Legitimate Rights

posted by eagle on as CIRCASSIA ADIGA

Circassians Eligible to Restore Legitimate Rights

Circassia had been officially occupied and colonized by the Russian state since the 21st of May, 1864, which declared that Circassia officially had lost the war against the Russian occupying forces after entire occupation that inflicted killings and destruction with no pity or mercy. The occupation had dragged its feet in solving the Circassian issues throughout the past decades, with no sign of any Russian solution in the horizon for hopes and wishes, while the Circassian homeland contains and hosts only 10% of world’s total Circassians, which is still divided and fragmented, so that part of it includes three Circassian and other minorities republics in addition to inhabitants from different origins and races such as the Russians and Cossacks that were brought by the colonizers to settle instead of the Circassians who were either massacred, displaced or deported.

The Russian corruption ...

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Russia And Georgia: The Circassian Question

posted by eagle on as CIRCASSIA ADIGA

Russia and Georgia: the Circassian question

Sufian Zhemukhov8 November 2010

A series of recent international conferences have pushed the Circassian question on to the international agenda. Sufian Zhemukhov considers the historical background to the relationships between Georgia and the North Caucasus and possible future developments.

There have been many fluctuations in Russian-Georgian relations, but before August 2008 one constant in this relationship was the attitude toward Georgia’s territorial integrity. In 1990-91, when Georgia took its first official steps toward independence, Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev tried to halt the process by approving of the various separatist declarations issued by the parliaments of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, both formally autonomous units within Soviet Georgia.

In contrast to Gorbachev’s policy, however, the first presidents of Russia and Georgia, Boris Yeltsin and Eduard Shevardnadze, tried to develop good relations between their states. When the Georgian-Abkhaz war began in August 1992, Russia expressed its support for Georgia’s territorial integrity and even ...

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