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     11. Vilnius Sąjūdis Council on murder of the President D. Dudayev

To: Secretary-General of the United Nations Pan Gi Mun
NATO Secretary General Jan de Choop Schefer
President of European Parliament Hans-Gert Piotering
President of Parliamentary Assembly of European Council Luis
Marija DE PUIG
Chairman of Organisation for Security and Co-operation in
Europe Alekxander Stubb
President of Russian Federation Vladimir Putin
President of the Republic of Lithuania Valdas Adamkus
Chairman of the Parliament of the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria
Zhalaudin Saraliapov


The constituent right of the Chechen people to freedom
on the occasion of the 12th anniversary since
the murder of President Dzokhar Dudayev

Vilnius 16-04-2008

     Russia is committing genocide against an independent state – the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria. In the year 1994, Russian started a colonial war; there were approximately 250 thousand of peaceful citizens killed. Chechnya suffered USD 300 billion of material damage. President Dzokhar Dudayev was killed perfidiously on 21 April 1996.
     Thus the Russian army, which consists of 100 thousands of soldiers, and its handymen – henchmen by Moscow – distinguished themselves in this land of martyrs.
     Chechnya has become for the Kremlin not only a challenging firing ground for soldiers and ideological technologies. Under the conditions when the Russian economics survives only by raw production industry, when its citizens are lack of the essential social and medical support, its politics are trying to find a way out of this crisis by searching for enemies and conducting "a war bringing a little winning".
     However, they can not break down the Chechens.
     To be able to justify their emasculation and aggression, the propaganda by the Kremlin spreads the myth about a powerful enemy, the war with which costs a lot. They call the Chechens as terrorists and the mass media of Russia announce for the whole world that Russia fights against terrorism.
     The war conducted against the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria, under the veil of the fight against terrorism, for President Putin has become a platform to the president's chair, while for other henchmen by Special Services - to the places of the State Duma and the Government.
     The heads of the largest states and international organisations continue supporting the ruling circle of Russia in the fight against the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria and its people committing genocide by ignoring the protest of the world community.

     We are requiring:

1. To give independence to the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria.
2. To pull the Russian army out of the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria and to cover damages incurred;
3. For Russia to observe the provisions of the peace treaty signed between Presidents Yelcin and Maschadov on 12 May 1997;
4. To provide a legal estimation of the genocide being committed by Russia in the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria on the basis of the norms of international law;
5. To establish an election system on the basis of democratic principles.

     We invite states and all people of good will to provide the support in every moral and material way possible.
     We invite the Chechen people for closer mutual understanding and solidarity. Value your dignity and ancient traditions. Don’t surrender to deception and provocation.

     During the fight for freedom, which has been lasting for hundreds of years, the Chechen people has demonstrated their love and faithfulness for its homeland for the whole world by becoming an example for the people of the world in the fight for their freedom.
     We identify ourselves together with the Chechen people and take a huge compassion for it.

    We ask for the help by the God.

     On 21-04-2008 at 12.00 we invite you near Russian embassy to take part in the meeting on the occasion of commission of murder of president D.Dudajev.

Chairman of Vilnius Council of Sajudis L. Kerosierius
Responsible Secretary A. Budriunas








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