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• President Gamsakhurdia – APPEAL

  

DECREE  ISSUED BY THE PRESDIENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF GEORGIA

on Nation wide National and Civil Disobedience

 

 Over the recent period the peoples included within the Empire have intensified protesting and political-striking movement aimed at abolishment of the Central authority and establishment of the sovereign states.

Taking into account the existing difficult situation in Samachablo (former South Ossetian Autonomous Oblast-edit.), the political organizations of the Round Table organized strike of the transport means and organizations of the Union subordination in a response to the imperialist policy of the so called Centre.

Bearing in mind that these protesting actions have the only goal: the restoration of comprehensive and real independence of Georgia, to set Georgia free of subordination and dictate from the imperialistic structures, and that action represents immediate continuation of the process of nation-wide national and civil disobedience, I decree:

1. The ministries, agencies and administrative bodies shall provide maximum possible assistance to the nation-wide national and civil disobedience organized by the political organizations of the Round Table.

2. To set up consultative and coordinatingn councils composed of high rank official, who alongside the strike committee shall attach systematic character to the disobedience movement and see to it that economic interests of the Republic are not compromised.

3. To set up joint Media Council, which, together with the Press-center of the Supreme Council and the press-service of the president will secure dissemination of true and reliable information and its broadcast to the foreign countries.

(…)

 President of the Republic of Georgia   Zviad Gamsakhurdia

15 April 1991

  

APPEAL OF THE PRESIDENT OF GEORGIA

TO MR. M. S. GORBACHEV, PRESIDENT OF THE USSR, A. I. LUKYANOV, USSR CHAIRMAN OF THE SUPREME COUNCIL, R. N. NISHANOV, CHAIRMAN OF THE COUNCIL OF NATIONALITIES OF THE USSR SUPREME COUNCIL, B. G. PUGO, USSR MINISTER OF INTERIOR AFFAIRS

 

 As you know, on April 24 of this year, the Council of Nationalities of the USSR Supreme Council adopted a resolution outlining practicable ways of political resolution and normalization of the situation in Shida Kartli region, and namely in Tskhinvali and its environs. The decision was made after a constructive discussion.

A standing inter-parliamentary commission was established with participation of members of the USSR Supreme Council, the Supreme Council of the Republic of Georgia and the Supreme Council of the Russian SFSR. The commission deals with all issues related to the establishment of law and order in the region.

The Supreme Council of the Republic of Georgia believes that this decision provides an opportunity for a prompt resolution of the conflict on the territory of the former Autonomous Region of South Ossetia.

Meanwhile, the forces of the Ministry of Interior Affairs of the USSR stationed in the conflict zone contribute to escalation of tension in the conflict zone by their actions: they attack civilians in rural areas, kidnap them and take hostage. Many Georgians are known to be under arrest with no official charges brought against them. Today, on April 27, at 5.30 am, seven armored personnel carriers entered the village of Eredvi. Servicemen burst into houses of local residents smashing doors and windows. They searched the houses and then arrested ten local Georgians and took them to Tskhinvali. There is a 60-year-old woman among the arrested. All the ten hostages have been identified. The local residents are making barricades and block the road leading to their village.

Yesterday, on April 26, Ossetian bandits assaulted a family of Simon Partskhaladze in Bagebi Street in Tskhinvali outskirts. They shot dead his wife Mzia Patrskhaladze-Kobaladze and badly wounded him in the stomach.

This is not the first incident of this kind when bandits loot and massacre ethnic Georgians with the connivance of the Interior Ministry forces.

The Republic of Georgia regards as absolutely unacceptable the order of the USSR Ministry of Interior Affairs of April 23 on restoration of the interior affairs services of the former Autonomous Republic of South Ossetia as this is a gross violation of the Constitutions of the sovereign Georgia and the USSR.

The Supreme Council of the Republic of Georgia voices its firm protest against the actions of the Interior Ministry forces in Shida Kartli region as undermining the political resolution process and insists on the following:

1. To abolish immediately the order of the USSR Ministry of Interior Affairs of April 23.

2. To order that the command of the Interior Ministry forces in Shida Kartli should immediately stop unilateral violent activities against the Georgian population both in and outside the mentioned region.

3. To release all the persons arrested in the town of Tskhinvali and its environs, who in fact were illegally taken out of the jurisdiction of the Republic of Georgia, or to hand them over to the Ministry of Interior Affairs and the Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia.

4. To order that the command of the Interior Ministry forces in Shida Kartli should act in close cooperation with the inter-parliamentary commission.

 

 On behalf of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Georgia,

Z. Gamsakhurdia, President of the Republic of Georgia

Tbilisi, 27 April, 1991

 

 APPEAL OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF GEORGIA

TO MR. B. YELTSIN, CHAIRMAN OF THE SUPREME COUNCIL OF THE RUSSIAN SOVIET FEDERATIVE SOCIALIST REPUBLIC

 

 As we have learnt, on May 4 of this year, the illegally convoked session of the Regional Council of People’s Deputies of the former Autonomous Region of South Ossetia adopted a resolution on the abolition of the so-called Soviet Republic of South Ossetia and restoration of the Autonomous Region, which is part of the Republic of Georgia but “administratively” is under the jurisdiction of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic.

And all this happens simultaneously with the establishment of a commission of deputies of the Supreme Councils of the USSR, RSFSR and Republic of Georgia. The commission involving representatives of the Ossetian population of Shida Kartli was formed  by decision of the USSR Supreme Council of April 24 of this year

The commission is in charge with political resolution of the armed conflict in Shida Kartli region. Today we have the real chance of consolidation of sovereignty of the Republic of Georgia and protection of ethnic and cultural autonomy of the Ossetian population of this region.

Against this background, the step made by the Ossetian separatists, who aim to undermine and ultimately thwart the political process as well as to confront the jurisdictions of the Republic of Georgia and RSFSR in this region, can be regarded only as provocation.

Let us draw your attention to the fact that the session was held under the chairmanship of A. Chekhoeyv, People’s Deputy of the Soviet Union from the former Autonomous Region of South Ossetia.

Apart form the fact that A. Chekhoyev, the former First Secretary of the South Ossetian Regional Committee of the Communist Party of Georgia was ousted from this post by Ossetians for jobbery, he had no right to lead the new provocation of the Ossetian separatists as he was well aware of the issue that was discussed by the Council of Nationalities and the agreement at which the deputies arrived.

In view of this, on May 7 of this year, the Presidium of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Georgia recognized as illegal the attempt to revitalize the Regional Council of the so-called Autonomous Region of South Ossetia.

The Presidium of the Supreme Council of Republic of Georgia is confident that the Supreme Council of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic and its Chairman will officially distance themselves from the provocative act of the Ossetian extremists, which is absolutely incompatible with the truly equal relationship that has been developing between the two sovereign republics. The lack of reaction from your will be regarded as virtual support of this act and interference into domestic affairs of the Republic of Georgia.

 

The Presidium of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Georgia,

Z. Gamsakhurdia, President of the Republic of Georgia.

Tbilisi, 7 May, 1991.

 

 

 APPEAL OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF GEORGIA

TO A. K. GALAZOV, CHAIRMAN OF THE SUPREME COUNCIL OF THE AUTONOMOUS REPUBLIC OF NORTH OSSETIA

 

 Mr. Chairman!

As you know, people in Georgia are deeply concerned with the lingering conflict in the historical region of Shida Kartli. There are casualties and refugees among Georgians and Ossetians. Although ways of peaceful resolution of the conflict have begun to show lately, certain forces still try to undermine the negotiating process, which Georgians have always supported and continue to support. As neighboring states, we have to overcome divisions and restore good neighborly relations in the future. We have to lay the foundation for this today.

The “Autonomous Region of South Ossetia” was formed as a result of the aggression of the Bolshevik army and the occupation of the entire territory of the Democratic Republic of Georgia.

Special decree # 2 of the Council of People’s Commissars of April 20, 1922, defined the political status and the territory of the region and declared the Georgian-populated town of Tskhinvali the region’s capital.

Several attempts to change the political status of the autonomous region at the expense of the territorial integrity of Georgia were made in different times afterwards by means of direct instigations and military force. The declaration of sovereignty of South Ossetia, adopted by the Regional Council of People’s Deputies of the “Autonomous Region of South Ossetia” on September 20, 1990 is the most recent manifestation of the aspiration to change the political status of the region.

The decision to transform the “Autonomous Region of South Ossetia” into the “Soviet Democratic Republic of South Ossetia” was made on the same day. On September 21, 1990, the Presidium of the Supreme Council adopted a resolution invalidating the mentioned documents. Yet, “Executive Committee of the Republic” was established on October 16 and elections were appointed. On November 22, the Supreme Council of the Republic of Georgia annulled this decision and warned the Ossetian side about the responsibility entailed by similar actions. However, on December 9, 1990 anti-constitutional and illegal elections aimed against the territorial integrity of Georgia were held on the territory of former “Autonomous Region of South Ossetia”.

Since the Government of Georgia will never put up with the violation of territorial integrity of Georgia, on December 11, 1990 the Supreme Council of the Republic of Georgia adopted a resolution abolishing the “Autonomous Region of South Ossetia”. This document restored historical justice and gave an adequate response to those who encroach on territorial integrity of Georgia. The following actions of the Ossetian side provoked escalation of the conflict which we have today.

The Georgian-Ossetian relations must be based in the future on the principle of territorial integrity and sovereignty of the Republic of Georgia with laws and other normative acts of the Supreme Council and President of Georgia having force on its entire territory.

It is astounding that the historical motherland of the Ossetians is called today “Autonomous Republic of North Ossetia”. Let me remind you that in March 1918, in Pyatigorsk, the Second Congress of the Peoples of the Terek Region declared the establishment of the Terek Soviet Republic within the Russian SFSR.

In January-February 1919, Ossetia was seized by Denikin, but in the end of 1920 the Soviet power was restored. Vladikavkaz (Ossetian) Okrug (District) was formed in 1921 within the Mountain Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic. On July 7, 1924 the okrug was transformed into region and in December 1931 into Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic.

It is true that the so-called Autonomous Region of South Ossetia existed by this time on the territory of Georgia occupied by the Soviet Russia, but naming the historical Ossetia “North Ossetia” after the legitimate Georgian government eliminated one of the results of the foreign state’s aggression and restored historical and political justice, is nothing but juridical nonsense.

All this could become one of the major obstacles in our further relationship and I ask you to consider this in your legislative activities in the future.

Mr. Chairman! We welcome the assistance that you provide to the population affected by the natural disaster. At the same time, people of Georgia are astounded by the support that you give to the self-proclaimed “regional committees” thus preventing further normalization of the situation. This is why we urge you to reinstate the historical name of your country, Ossetia, instead of North Ossetia, not to recognize the illegitimate “Autonomous Region of South Ossetia” and its “Regional Committee”.

We also urge you to consider our opinion in your future work. We are confident that we can settle all divisions and the conflict through the coordination of our reasonable actions and mutual consent. Provided all the above mentioned is implemented, we will manage to revitalize the neighborly relations that our peoples and our ancestors deserve.

 

 Z.Gamsakhurdia, President of the Republic of Georgia

Tbilisi, 26 July, 1991.

 

 DECREE  ISSUED BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF GEORGIA

on Stay of Execution of Law of the Abkhaz ASSR Adopted on 9 July 1991 on Introduction of Amendments to Paragraph 14 of Article 92 and Article 156 of the Constitution of the Abkhaz ASSR.

On July 9, 1991 the Supreme Council of the Abkhaz ASSR adopted a Law on Introduction of Amendments to Paragraph 14 of Article 92 and Article 156 of the Constitution of the Abkhaz ASSR, according to which the Prosecutor of the Abkhaz ASSR is appointed by the Supreme Council of the Abkhaz ASSR with the consent of the  Prosecutor General of the USSR and the Prosecutor General of the Republic of Georgia, and is accountable to the Supreme Council of the Abkhaz ASSR. While monitoring observance of law and order, Prosecutor of the Abkhaz ASSR is accountable to the Prosecutor General of the USSR and the Prosecutor General of the Republic of Georgia.

Deputy Prosecutors of the Abkhaz ASSR, provided there is consent from the Prosecutor General of the Republic of Georgia, are appointed by the Supreme Council of the Abkhaz ASSR upon proposal of the Prosecutor of the Abkhaz ASSR. Prosecutors of districts and towns of the Abkhaz ASSR, provided there is consent from the Prosecutor General of the Republic of Georgia, are appointed by Prosecutor of the Abkhaz ASSR.

This Law of the Abkhaz ASSR contradicts to Article 77 of the Constitution of the Republic of Georgia, according to which “the Prosecutors of the Autonomous Republics of the Republic of Georgia are appointed by the Prosecutor General of the Republic of Georgia upon proposal of the Supreme Council of the Autonomous Republics”.

Pursuant to Paragraph 10 of Article 1214 of the Constitution of the Republic of Georgia, I decree:

1. To terminate implementation of Law of the Abkhaz ASSR Adopted on July 9, 1991 on Introduction of Amendments to Paragraph 14 of Article 92 and Article 156 of the Constitution of the Abkhaz ASSR, since it contradicts to the Constitution of the Republic of Georgia.

2. Pursuant to article 82 of the Constitution of the Republic of Georgia, to suggest to the Supreme Council of Abkhazian ASSR that in the process of appointment of Prosecutor, deputy Prosecutors and Prosecutors of towns and districts of the Abkhaz ASSR be guided by the requirements of Article 77 of the Constitution of the Republic of Georgia.

President of the Republic of Georgia  Zviad Gamsakhurdia

5 August 1991

 

DECREE ISSUED BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF GEORGIA

on Stay of Execution of the decree issued on 20 July 1991 by the Presidium of Supreme Council of the Abkhaz ASSR

 

On 20 July  1991 the Presidium of the Supreme Council of the Abkhaz ASSR issued the decree on “Creation of Central Electoral Commission for the Elections of Deputies to the Supreme Council of the Abkhaz ASSR”.

This act of the Presidium of the Supreme Council of the Abkhaz ASSR grossly violates the Constitution of the Republic of Georgia, the current legislation and the law of ASSR on “the Elections of Deputies to the Supreme Council of the Abkhaz ASSR” itself.

Two thirds of the total number of members of the Central Electoral Commission are representatives of the bloc “Soyuz”. 13 Members of the Commission are from Sukhumi, while representatives proposed by the executive committees of Guliripsh, Ochamchira and Sukhumi districts were denied membership of the Commission without any explanation and justification. Therefore, Article 20 of the law of ASSR on  “the Elections of Deputies to the Supreme Council of the Abkhaz ASSR was violated, according to which in the process of creation of central electoral commission, proposals put forward by executive committees of districtss and towns must be taken into due account.

As a result of the decree issued by the Presidium of Supreme Council of the Abkhaz ASSR, the Georgian population of Abkhazia found itself being overtly discriminated against. Unlike the rest of population, electoral rights of Georgians are not protected at all. The fact that the legislation of Abkhazia does not provide for procedures of challenging decisions of the central electoral commission further aggravates the already difficult situation of Georgian electorate. All the aforementioned represent violation of article 32 of the Constitution of the Republic of Georgia, which provides for principle of equality of all citizens in their electoral rights regardless of their ethnic origin.

Holding of elections of Deputies to the Supreme Council of the Abkhaz ASSR through nondemocratically and illegally elected central electoral commission determined the very unlawfulness of the elections from the very start.

Pursuant to Paragraph 13 of Article 1211 of the Constitution of the Republic of Georgia

I decree:

To terminate the execution of the decree issued on 20 July 1991 by the Presidium of Supreme Council of Abkhazian ASSR on “Creation of Central Electoral Commission for the Elections of Deputies to the Supreme Council of the Abkhaz ASSR” as it contradicts to the Constitution and the current legislation of the Republic of Georgia.

President of the Republic of Georgia Zviad Gamsakhurdia

5 August 1991

 

DECREE ISSUED BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF GEORGIA

on Suspension of Effect of the Decree issued on 27 September 1991 by the Presidium of the Supreme Council of the Abkhaz ASSR “on Creation of the State Customs Service of the Republic of Abkhazia”

 

On 27 September 1991 the Presidium of the Supreme Council of the Abkhaz ASSR issued a decree on “Creation of the State Customs Service of the Republic of Abkhazia” and agreed on structure, personnel and pattern of activities of the service with the Customs Committee of the USSR.

The aforementioned decision taken by the Presidium contradicts the Law of the Republic of Georgia on the “ Customs Service of the Republic of Georgia”, adopted on 15 September 1991.  This law does not entitle the Autonomous Republics of Georgia with authority of creating customs services; moreover, the aforementioned decree contradicts Article 82 of the Constitution of the Republic of Georgia, according to which laws of the Republic of Georgia are equally binding on the whole territory of the Republic, including its autonomous republics.

Besides, by issuing the aforementioned decree, the Presidium violated Article 103 of the Constitution of the Abkhaz ASSR, which does not entitle it to take decisions of legislative character. Therefore, by doing so, the Presidium of the Supreme Council of the Abkhaz ASSR went beyond its competance.

Taking all the aforementioned into consideration and being guided by Article 121 Paragraph 13 of the Constitution of the Republic of Georgia, I decree:

To suspend implementation of the Decree issued on 27 September 1991 by the Presidium of the Supreme Council of the Abkhaz ASSR on “Creation of the State Customs Service of the Republic of Abkhazia”  since it contradicts both the Constitution of the Republic of Georgia and the Constitution of the Abkhaz ASSR.

President of the Republic of Georgia Zviad Gamsakhurdia

8 October 1991

 

DECREE ISSUED BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF GEORGIA

on suspension of implementation of the Decree issued by the Supreme Council of Abkhazian ASSR on “Securing Economic Bases of Sovereignty of Abkhazia” and the Decree issued on 22 October 1991 by the Council of Ministers of the Abkhaz ASSR on “Subordination to Jurisdiction of the Abkhaz ASSR of all Enterprises and Organizations that have previously been under the Union and Republican Jurisdiction”

 

The Supreme Council of the Abkhaz ASSR issued the decree on “Securing Economic Bases of Sovereignty of Abkhazia”. In this regard, the Council of Ministers of the Abkhaz ASSR on 22 October 1991 issued the decree on “Subordination to Jurisdiction of the Abkhaz ASSR of all Enterprises and Organizations that have previously been under the Union and Republican Jurisdiction”. By the virtue of the same decree issued by the Council of Ministers, a special working group was set up that was entrusted with a task of coordinating all activities in that direction.

The aforementioned decree envisages transferring, freeing of charge, to jurisdiction of Abkhazia and its ownership of all enterprises and organizations located on the territory of the Abkhaz ASSR.

The aforementioned decrees issued by the Supreme Council the Abkhaz ASSR and the Council of Ministers of the Abkhaz ASSR are illegal and must be invalidated on the following grounds:

To issue a decree regulating transfer of the Union and Republican subordination enterprises and organizations under the jurisdiction of Abkhazia goes beyond the competence of the Supreme Council of the Abkhaz ASSR;

By issuing the aforementioned decrees, provisions of the Constitution of the Republic of Georgia have been violated, since according to the Constitution all issues related to the ownership and management of property of the Autonomous Republic must be decided upon agreement with the Supreme Council and Government of the Republic of Georgia.

Taking into account all the aforementioned I decree:

1. To suspend implementation of   the Decree issued by the Supreme Council of the Abkhaz ASSR on “Securing Economic Bases of Sovereignty of Abkhazia” and of the Decree issued on 22 October 1991 by the Council of Ministers of the Abkhaz ASSR on “Subordination to Jurisdiction of the Abkhaz ASSR of all Enterprises and Organizations that have previously been under the Union and Republican Jurisdiction” and declare them as legally null and void.

2. To advise a newly elected Supreme Council of the Abkhaz ASSR to reconsider this issue.

President of the Republic of Georgia Zviad Gamsakhurdia

Tbilisi, 24 October 1991

   

APPEAL TO THE PRESIDIUM OF THE SUPREME SOVIET OF THE ABKHAZIAN ASSR

 

 Dear Presidium Members of the Supreme Soviet of the Abkhazian ASSR!

Today we all have reached a historical milestone where each politician, each citizen who feels the responsibility for the destiny of his own people, his own state, should make a choice either for using his own professional knowledge, life experience and authority to normalize the existing situation in the republic, to overcome the confrontation that disorganizes all spheres of our society’s life, or for supporting irresponsible actions of destructive forces that largely fight for power, taking little care about true interests of the multiethnic population of Georgia.

In the today’s incredibly complicated political situation in the Republic, elections to the Supreme Soviet of the Abkhazian ASSR became a significant event. The elections demonstrated that good will of peoples can wake up minds, and help find optimum solutions showing a way towards overcoming discord and distrust, finding options for bringing closer different views for the future of our peoples, for their living together in peace.

In the same time, information that came from Abkhazia testifies that civil rights of the majority of the Autonomous Republic’s residents are again trodden under foot, and discriminated, primarily in the political sphere; the laws and constitution of the Republic of Georgia, also the Constitution of the Abkhazian ASSR are denied. These processes provoke grave concerns as they contradict the core interests of our peoples, interfere with achieving vital objectives that would help restore mutual understanding and rehabilitate normal functioning of the integrated economic system of our State. Unfortunately, some resolutions of the ASSR Supreme Soviet Presidium also contradict the objectives of stabilizing the situation, which results from unauthorized mixing of functions of the legislative and executive powers. Dangerous denial of legislative norms in the activity of the central election commission during the elections to the ASSR Supreme Soviet is particularly alarming, and might entail serious confrontation.

At this crucial moment, I believe it is necessary to persistently call members of the ASSR Supreme Soviet Presidium to use all their powers to support first attempts to stabilize the situation in the Autonomous Republic, to prevent different public forces from making unreasonable steps that could bring far-reaching consequences, to make a sound assessment of the political and legal realities with a view of ensuring peace and prosperity in the Republic of Georgia, in particular, in Abkhazia.

I remind you the previously expressed idea that future legitimate elections to the parliament of the Autonomous Republic would be a critical precondition for addressing the issue of giving effect to the rights of autonomy in the new situation.

I call to civil accord and collaboration all those who are guided by the feeling of reality and responsibility, who are ready to ally and work for the prosperity of our common home, our Republic, for addressing issues and problems fairly, not infringing upon legitimate rights and interests of citizens of the Republic of Georgia.

The future generation would not forgive us if we failed to realize that the only way towards normal life was alliance of all sound, constructive forces in the State, their true brotherhood and sincere friendship.

 

Z. Gamsakhurdia

President of the Republic of Georgia 

Tbilisi, 24 October 1991

 

 

DECREE ISSUED BY THE SUPREME COUNCIL OF THE REPUBLIC OF GEORGIA 

on Current Situation in Shida Kartli

 

The Ossetian separatists having usurped power continue their antiConstitutional and antiState activities.  The very potent proof of the aforementioned is the fact that on 26 October 1991 a session of the Supreme Council of the so called Republic of South Ossetia addressed issues relating to change of the title of the Republic, creation of new structures of power, adoption of constitution, endorsement of all the previously taken decisions on joining Russia, introduction of state of emergency, general mobilization, creation of Ossetian guard and other issues. The convocation of session of the Supreme Council of the socalled Republic of South Ossetia and decision taken at the session are gross violations of Article 2, Paragraphs 3 and 6 of Article 72, Articles 73  and 104.

The Ossetian separatists are supported by the troops of the Ministry of Interior of the USSR and the Soviet Army, and in accordance with the current legislation of the Republic of Georgia and recent decisions taken by the highest state authorities of the Republic of Georgia, there is no legal basis for deployment of Troops of the Ministry of Interior of USSR and detachments of the Soviet Army on the territory of Shida Kartli, moreover, their presence in the region represents one of the major factors of destabilization any hostile activities directed against the Republic of Georgia.

In order to guarantee the sovereignty, state security and territorial integrity of the Republic of Georgia and pursuant to Article 104 Paragraph 24, the Supreme Council of the Republic of Georgia decrees:

1. To declare invalidated and legally null and void the decision taken on November 26 1991 by the anticonstitutional and antistate institution   the Supreme Council of the socalled Republic of South Ossetia.

2. The Prosecutor’s Office of the Republic of Georgia shall undertake all necessary measures against those who created an anticonstitutional organization aiming at undermining sovereignty of the Republic of Georgia and cessation of the region from the Republic of Georgia.

3.  To demand from the competent bodies of the USSR immediate withdrawal from the territory of the Republic of Georgia of Troops of the Ministry of Interior and detachments of the Soviet Army deployed in Shida Kartli.

Deputy Chairman of Supreme Council of the Republic of Georgia Nemo Burchuladze

3 December 1991

 

 

 

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One Response to “• President Gamsakhurdia – APPEAL”

  1. myebot said

    I love when you talk about this type of stuff in your posts. Perhaps could you continue this?

    Like

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