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New Book on Meskhians Evicted from Georgia

24.10.2011

On October 21st the book “Meskhians: road to home…” was presented in Sheraton Metechi Palace. Giorgi Tarkhan-Mouravi, Forest Kilimnik and Tom Trier are the authors of the book.

The authors published the book in three languages: Georgian, Russian and English. “Meskhians: road to home…” is divided in three parts and covers the history of the deported people, their current state and problems of repatriation and integration. The book is filled with informative insertions, schedules, maps and photos.

The research and works were conducted under the framework of the program Assisting Repatriation of People Deported from Georgia in 1940 and their Descendants. Program is financed by EU.

Tom Trier has been working in Georgia since 2005 and is a regional representative of ECMI (European Center for Minority Issues). According to him, the publication of this book is a successful step in his life.

“Meskhians: road to home…” is already out in the book stores.

Mariam Khurtsidze

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