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APRIL 2008

Greenpeace: Olympians Who Avoid Struggle

posted by eagle on April, 2008 as CIRCASSIA ADIGA

Olympians who avoid struggle

April 23, 2008

Greenpeace activists hanged a 15-meter high warning sign “World Heritage in Danger” on the road to Krasnaya Polyana

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Russian Federation — April 23, 2008, Sochi. Today Greenpeace Russia met with the Coordination Commission of the International Olympic Committee that is now in Sochi with official visit to inspect the progress of Olympic construction.

At the meeting the two parties discussed environmental issues related to preparations for the Sochi-2014 Winter Olympic Games. Russian Minister of Natural Resources Yuri Trutnev and President of the Sochi-2014 Organizing Committee Dmitry Chernyshenko also attended the meeting.

The IOC representatives were once again informed on the position of Greenpeace Russia concerning location of Olympic venues and infrastructure in high conservation value territories including parts of the World Heritage site “Western Caucasus”. Greenpeace specifically underlined that the issue of location of the disputed ...

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Circassia, the Motherland - Where To?

posted by eagle on as CIRCASSIA ADIGA

Circassia, the Motherland - Where To?

By Adel Bashqawi


"Embracing Circassia, Building our Future” Conference at:

William Paterson University, NJ, USA.


13, April, 2008.

The fact that Circassia is an integral part of the nations and peoples of the North Caucasus made it the focus of the colonial and expansionist ambitions through the epochs, and as the Circassians considered owners of civilization of not less than five thousand years, they were able to stabilize on their soil and in their homeland and preserve their civilization and culture which made them a nation that is able to survive despite all obstacles and conditions, which resulted from the greed, invasion and occupation over the centuries and resulted in the adjustment of Circassians with all the difficult circumstances, were able to maintain their national and cultural identity, whether in Motherland or in Diaspora where Circassians were deported to. In addressing the Circassian Question with all its details, it ...

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