The International Crisis Group (ICG) in August will announce its report on the situation of national minorities in Georgia where the main attention will be paid to the situation of Azerbaijani community, Vugar Gojayev, the representative of ICG in Azerbaijan, told Trend.
According to Gojayev, the preparation of the report was trusted on Baku office of the organization and at the moment, serious measures are taken to study problems of residents of KvemoKartli region of Georgia populated by Azerbaijanis.
In July, the representatives of the office will leave for Gardabani and Dmanski (Georgia) where they will study different life aspects of Azerbaijanis within 2-3 weeks, especially statistic data, implementation of reforms, as well as land reforms, told Gojayev. He noted that in parallel work is carried out in Javakheti settled manily by Armenians.
Our group also includes Sabina Frazer, the project coordinator of ICG on Caucasus, stressed Gojayev, adding that for the preparation of the report, meetings are held with Georgian citizens in Azerbaijan.