Moscow Tentatively Agrees to Consider Syrian Circassians' Relocation

Dzutsev, Valery
February 2012
Eurasia Daily Monitor;2/20/2012, Vol. 9 Issue 35, p3
The article reports on the assistance of the Russian government to the relocation of Circassian-compatriots living in Syria. The author mentions that Russian officials are considering the request by Circassian activist groups to repatriate Circassians from war-torn Syria. However, the Russian government remain undecided about the relocation of the Circassians to North Caucasus.


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