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02-12-2011

ECMI Photo exhibition on Meskhetians' long journey home

The European Centre for Minority Issues is pleased to invite you to the buy propecia online opening of a photo exhibition The cheap canadian viagra Unpromised Land -the Meskhetians’ Long Journey Home. It will be held on 2 December 2011 at 1900 at the viagra sales in canada Museum of Literature (G.Tchanturia St. 8, Tbilisi). Told through human stories, the exhibition will cover Meskhetian communities in Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan and find discount viagra Turkey and cialis woman explore various aspects of their culture, identity, religion and viagra buy now perception of homeland. It will also reflect on the history of their deportation through family archives and one day delivery cialis the living memories of today’s Meskhetians.The exhibition is organized within the cialis uk order framework of the viagra medication EU-funded programme, “Supporting the repatriation of persons deported from Georgia in the 1940s and their descendants,” and is implemented by the European Centre for Minority Issues (ECMI) in partnership with the Action Against Hunger (ACF).

The author of the exhibition is a Georgian journalist and viagra available in india photographer, Temo Bardzimashvili. His works are frequently published in the Georgian and canadian viagra and healthcare international media. /
Place and cialis mail order uk Date: Tbilisi, 2 December / For further information, please contact:Tom Trier at  trier [@] ecmicaucasus.org

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