AKHALKALAK, Georgia–The lead expert from the Georgian Human Rights Commission and the coordinator of national minority issues visited Javakhk Saturday.
Human Rights expert Beka Mindiashvili and national minorities coordinator Koba Chobliani met with representatives of the Armenian Council Mels Torosian, Davit Rstakian, Azat Shibaktsian, Vachakan Rstakian and Artak Kaprielian.
The organizational council leaders discussed the issues facing the Armenian population of Samtskhe-Javakheti region, European Commission-established guidelines, the Georgian and Armenian language versions of these documen’s, as well as a series of letters and documen’s submitted to high-level Georgian officials prior to the meeting.
The Georgian human rights experts were interested in discussing the change in Armenian school principals and the learning of the Georgian language.
During the three-hour long meeting, the sides discussed other issues impacting the Armenian community of Javakhk. The human rights experts promised that the issues brought up the community representatives would receive due consideration and will nor remain unanswered.