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An anti-Russian meeting to be held in Tbilisi2010-12-20 16:48
A meeting is scheduled for December 20 near the UN office in Georgia dedicated to the anti-Caucasian protest actions held in Russia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Novosti-Georgia, the information on the action was disseminated in social network. The participants are going to express their protest against the "unleashed anti-Caucasian sentiments" in Russia.
"The action will be aimed at protecting Caucasians and against recent events in Moscow", - the meeting initiators remarked.
The city administration possesses no information on the Georgian youth's actions being planned.
Let us remind you of the several acts arranged by the radically-minded youth in the Russian territory within the last two weeks. The reason for the actions was the killing of the 28-year-old Spartak fan Yegor Sviridov. Right after the scuffle, militia arrested six people of Caucasian origin, though finally all the detainees were released except for the one who fired at Sviridov, Aslan Cherkesov. The fact triggered a wave of public protest: meetings were held demanding that the murderers be punished. The largest ones were held in Moscow, in Manezhnaya Square and Kievski railway station square. The actions were accompanied with anti-Caucasian and nationalistic slogans.