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Delegation of “Free Caucasus” was in Georgia

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Delegation of “Free Caucasus” was in Georgia

Delegation of “Free Caucasus” organization which was headed by Isa Munayev, the chairman of “Free Caucasus” was in Georgia for a working trip on between October 11-15, 2009.

Rusudan Giorgberidze, first deputy of “Free Caucasus”; chairman of their organization committe Ilyas Musayev;  a member of their organization committe Umar Idigov and Danish Professor Carl Erik Foverskov were in the delegation also.

Delegation of “Free Caucasus” organization held meetings with David Bakradze, Chairman of Georgian Parliament; Iulon Gagoshidze, Georgia’s State Minister on Diaspora Affairs ; Nugzar Tsiklauri, Chairman of Committee on Relations with Georgians Residing Abroad; Gela Khmaladze, Vice Chairman of Caucasus Foundation; Makkoiy Khangashvili, a representative of Office for President of Georgia; Professor Mamuka Areshidze, an expert on Caucasus and with the representatives of Chechen diaspora in Georgia.

Alla Dudaeva, Culture Minister of Chechen Republic Ichkeria and widow wife of legend Chechen President Dzhokhar Dudaev, participated in meetings with Chechen diaspora in Georgia. All participants showed their great respect for her.

At the meetings of “Free Caucasus” organization, main theme was frame of “World Congress of Caucaus Diaspora”. Official authorities of Georgia have expressed their full support to the actions of this organization which is aimed to uniting of Caucasus people and anti-colonial political struggle against imperial Russia.

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