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Caucasian Knot: Human Rights Activists Stand For International Tribunal To..

posted by eagle on August, 2008 as Genocide Crime


From: Eagle_wng  (Original Message) Sent: 8/23/2008 8:10 AM
CAUCASIAN KNOT / NEWS

21/8/2008

Human rights activists stand for international tribunal to consider crimes committed during North-Caucasian conflicts

Members of some Chechen, Ingush and Russian human rights organizations have addressed Russian Ombudsman Vladimir Lukin in the context of his comments on the events in South Ossetia, inviting him to recollect the recent events in Chechnya.

Earlier, Russian Ombudsman Vladimir Lukin called to set up international tribunal for dealing with events in Ossetia, suggesting to plant the Georgian authorities headed by Mikhail Saakashvili into the prisoners' dock, and to recognize the peacekeeping character of the actions admitted by Russian militaries.

The appeal of three pages was signed by representatives of the Human Rights Society "Memorial" in Grozny and Nazran: Shakhman Akbulatov, Usam Baisaev, Zarema Mukusheva, Shamil Tangiev, Timur Akiev and Albert Khantygov, leaders of the human rights organization "Russian-Chechen Friendship Society" Stanislav Dmitrievskiy and Oksana Chelysheva, well-known Russian human rights activists Vladimir Shaklein and Nadezhda Banchik, expert of the Moscow Helsinki Group for Northern Caucasus Aslambek Apaev, leader of the Ingush human rights organization named MAShR Magomed Mutsolgov and others.

Having approved the Ombudsman's statements in general, human rights activists call him also to recollect the tragedy in the Prigorodny District of North Ossetia and two military campaigns in the territory of the Chechen Republic, which had taken thousands of human lives.

See earlier reports: "War in South Ossetia reminds Ingushetia residents about conflict in Prigorodny District," "Georgia and South Ossetia accuse each other of ethnic cleanings," "President of Czechia finds Georgia responsible for conflict in Caucasus," "Abkhazian creative associations demand to make USA responsible for supporting Georgia."

http://eng.kavkaz.memo.ru/newstext/engnews/id/1227672.html


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