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Let Russia help Circassians2012-01-04 13:14
The Circassians from Syria, enveloped in war, are seeking refuge in Russian Adygea. Local authorities sincerely want to meet and settle the Syrian compatriots, but they need the help of the federal government of the country. They need desire and participation of Russian leadership. Then the Syrian Circassians will understand that Russia is their homeland. In an exclusive interview to GTimes, the president of Adygea Aslan Tkhakushinov told that Adygea was waiting for its brothers and sisters and was ready to accept them. Of course, not without help from Moscow.
Before turning to Russia for help, the Syrian Circassians appealed to the official Tbilisi to grant them temporary shelter. This happened on July 21 this year. The representative of the Circassians in Georgia Andro Gabisoniya handed the relevant letter to the Georgian leadership. But the Georgian authorities have used the letter of the Circassians in their long-standing anti-Russia game. In May this year, the parliament adopted a resolution on "genocide" of the Circassian people from Russia. The head of the Parliamentary Committee on Defence and Security Givi Targamadze said then that the Circassian "genocide" was "an echo of Russia's sins committed in the Caucasus". They should talk about the "genocide of all the peoples of the Caucasus", which Russia "continues to this day".
In the last letter, the Syrian Circassians pin their hopes on Russia - they are waiting for help from their historic homeland. The president of Adygea Aslan Tkhakushinov told GTimes about the prospects of the Circassians fleeing from the war.
Mr. Tkhakushinov, which was the first response of Adygea leadership to the appeal from Syria?