In XIXth Century 70% of Yerevan Inhabitants Formed by Azerbaijanis Georgian Scientist
In the XIXth Century, 70% of the Yerevan inhabitants was formed by the Azerbaijanis, the Georgian Scientist, Severyan Mosidze, stated at the Scientific Conference Armenian population of Georgia, problems, dark and light sides of restoring Georgian statehood in the National Academy of Georgia.
The Scientist reported that according to the historical documents, at the end of the XIXth Century, 70% of the population in the Yerevan city was formed by the Turks and Muslims, and only 30% of population was formed by the Armenians.
In addition, he touched upon the fact that 18 years ago, one of the Yerevan printing organizations published an article regarding the meeting of the Armenian Government that focused on the territorial claims of the Armenians against Nagorno-Karabakh and Javakheti, and as a result of the voting, Karabakh was included into the first plan, with a difference of 5 votes.
Mentioning the importance of the national minorities in establishing the Georgian statehood, Prof. Lado Ramishvili mentioned the negative role that may be played in this process by the Armenians residing in Georgia.