A RALLY IN FRONT OF GEORGIAN EMBASSY TO BE HELD
April 19 2010
A rally will gather representatives of 8 parties in front of the
Georgian Embassy in Yerevan to support rights of Armenians in
Javakheti, Georgia. The rally will take place tomorrow by the
initiative of the National Neo-Conservative Movement of Armenia.
"Our goal is to show the Georgian government that there are people
in Armenia, ready to support and protect rights of Armenians of
Javakheti," said Movement’s leader Edward Aparamian.
"In late May the local elections are scheduled in Georgia; the
only political power in Javakheti and Kvemo-Kartli is the Public
Organisations Council, which is independent and supports interests
of Armenians of Javakheti. The Council is not a body, established by
Georgian special services," he said.
Edward Aparamian pointed that the Georgian government has made its best
to imprison all the acting forces, and have been making their efforts
to ban Armenian youth to take part in the political life of Georgia.
The Movement will claim establishment of an Armenian Institute in
Javakheti’s administrative center of Akhaltsikhe. This issue was
raised by Armenia’s Minister of Science and Education Armen Ashotian
during his recent visit to Georgia as well.