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Armenian population of Akhalkalaki and Ninotsminda demands meeting with Ivanishvili2013-04-05 12:24
Armenian population of Akhalkalaki and Ninotsminda is demanding a meeting with the Prime Minister of Georgia Bidzina Ivanishvili. This demand was announced by those people who have held an action outside the State Office on the eve, the Armenia Today reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"Our main demand is to meet with the Prime Minister to acquaint him with the full information about the processes in Javakheti. There is information that we pose a threat, but it is not true. In addition, there are problems that must be solved. We wrote the statements, but no one is paying attention to us," said one of the protesters Armen Karmanyan.
According to another participant, Vano Merabishvili has recently visited Javakhk and met with the people. "Now Merabishvili is trying to convince Tbilisi that in Javakheti there is some special process. It is not true. In the 90s we were treated well. We were afraid, but live well. Now Merabishvili is trying to convince everyone that in Javakheti the situation is opposite," he said.
State Minister of Georgia for Reintegration Paata Zakareishvili has met with the protesters.
Recall, recently it was reported that Ilia II stood against the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages. Discussion of the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages in Georgia is unacceptable since it can trigger the growth of separatist movement in the country.
"Recently renewed discussion of the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages, in our opinion, is unacceptable, since it would strengthen the separatist movement and creates new challenges in the country," the Patriarchate spokesman deacon Michael Botkoveli said.