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His Excellency, President of Romania, Klaus Werner IOHANNIS,

His Excellency, President of the Senate of Romania , Călin Constantin Anton Popescu-Tăriceanu

His Excellency, President of the Chamber of Deputies of Romania, Valeriu Ştefan Zgonea

His Excellency, Prime Minister of Romania , Dacian Julien Cioloș



In Re: A Request for Recognizing the Circassian Genocide committed by the Tsarist Russian Empire


In 18th and 19th centuries, genocide against the Circassian (Adygean) people had taken place where significant majority of Circassians were exterminated by the Russian Empire to take over our country, the Circassian (Adygean) homeland. The ones who survived were forced to leave their homeland and were deported and exiled as a whole, and as the Russian Empire planned, hundreds of thousands of people died during the exile process. According to a motto belonged to Russian generals and Russian authorities, the Russian Empire needed “the land that belonged to the Circassians, not the Circassians themselves”.

Exile continued also after 1864 with different excuses and different disguises, all kinds of pressure was implemented to make a handful of Circassians left behind by some means to leave their homeland as well. Relevant documents are in the archives in addition to published documents by eyewitnesses in propria persona.

Today, only one tenth of the Circassian (Adygean) population, around 700,000 people; is living in a piece of land that can be delineated as a small piece of historical Circassia, scattered and divided around. Circassian People, although they are one nation, have been condemned by the Soviet administration and by its successor, the administration of the Russian Federation, to live disconnected from each other, in different political and administrative enclaves, with different names as if they are different nationalities and isolated from each other.

At the present time, and due to the Circassian Genocide and Exile, 90% of the Circassian population has been forced to live outside of their homeland, scattered in more than fifty countries around the world. “Indigenous population’s right to be in contact with its own country” as a basic human right for Circassians in exile is restricted almost as much as nonexistence. The Russian Federation refuses to allow Circassians in exile to return to their Circassian homeland even if it is for urgent humanitarian purposes. The Request of Circassians in Syria who are caught in the fire of the civil unrest between the two sides in ongoing intestine war and still going on through all the pains of the conflict to return to their own homeland due to risk of death is not even taken into consideration by the Russian Federation.

Besides, activists who expressed their thoughts about the “Circassian Problem” through totally democratic, legal and peaceful ways and means have been detained, harassed and have been put under pressure by open and undercover threats. This situation of the issue is still continuing in different forms.

The decisions of The Russian Federation’s units, Kabardino-Balkarian Republic Parliament dated 7, February, 1992 and numbered (№977–XII-B), and the Republic of Adygea Parliament dated 29, April, 1996 and numbered 64-1, have both recognized the Genocide committed against the Circassians, which took place during the Russian-Circassian War that lasted for 101 years and they have condemned it. They also requested from the Russian Federation to recognize the Circassian Genocide.

Georgia, on 20, May, 2011, with the decision reached in its parliament upon the request of the Circassian People, was the first country as a member of the United Nations to recognize the Circassian Genocide.

According to that decision reached by the Georgian Parliament, the Russian Empire, during the war that took place between 1763-1864 years, had also performed Ethnic Cleansing against the Circassians and were replaced by other ethnic group (Russian population) on the Circassian (Adygean) homeland by means of state policy. By embarking into military activities aiming to punish the civilians, it completely annihilated a huge part of the Circassian population according to independent observers. Artificial famine was created and infectious diseases were spread amongst the civilian population.

The Georgian Parliament, in accordance with the Hague Agreement number IV, dated 18, October, 1907, and Prevention and Punishment of Genocide Crime Agreement, dated 1948, announced that the acts committed against Circassians were genocide.

The Circassian (Adygean) civil rights defenders and activists from around the world have applied to the Government of Ukraine on 21/06/2014 to recognize the Circassian Genocide. The Ukrainian Government responded to this application whereupon His Excellency, the President of Ukrainian, Mr. Petro Poroshenko, has instructed the Ukrainian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to investigate the issue. In their brief reply dated 07/07/2014, the representatives of the Ministry expressed the Mr. Poroshenko’s instructions and stated that Congressman Oleg Lyashko has submitted to the Supreme Rada of Ukraine the legislative Proposal No. 4203 for “discussing and recognizing the Circassian Genocide”. The purpose of the proposal is stated to be “initiating a political and legal process regarding recognition of the genocide of the Circassian (Adygean) nation caused by the colonial policy of the Russian Empire between 1763 and 1864, and supporting the process by scientific and historical data”. Said legislative proposal has been renewed with Proposal number 2140, dated 13.02.2015 by MP Mr. Dmytro Volodimirovich in the new legislation session of Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. It is being proceeded before the Committees on Human Rights, National Minorities and International Relations.

The administrative units Wayne, Prospect Park and Haledon of New Jersey, USA have recognized the Circassian Genocide on May, 21, 2014, July, 19, 2014 and July, 17, 2014, respectively on concrete grounds.

Another application has been presented on 11.11.2014 to Poland to recognize the Circassian Genocide by Circassian (Adygean) civil rights defenders and activists throughout the world.

Next submission was sent to Lithuania on 11.03.2015 so as to recognize the Circassian Genocide. Upon said application, a response dated 30.03.2015, was sent by the Office of President of the Republic of Lithuania, Mrs. Dalia Grybauskaitė, which indicated that the application was received and transferred to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs since said ministry is responsible for the mentioned issue. In this context, a reply was sent by the Office of Prime Minister Mr. Algirdas Butkevičius, it was highlighted that application was transferred to Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevičius in propria persona.

The latest application was filed to Estonia on 08.05.2015 for recognizing the Circassian Genocide. Estonia Parliament “Riigikogu” thereupon invited Circassian activists and met with them on 04.06.2015. In the meeting, Estonian deputies Hannes Hanso, Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Riigikogu, Eerik-Niiles Kross, Artur Talvik, Jüri Adams, Mart Nutt and Johannes Kert took part (http://www.riigikogu.ee/en/press-releases/others/members-of-the-riigikogu-met-with-the-representatives-of-the-circassian-community/). It is expected that Estonia Parliament “Riigikogu” would recognize the Circassian Genocide.

Yet another application was sent to Moldovia on 27.08.2015.

The Circassian Question is a problem that had occurred as a result of the Circassian Genocide and Exile, and the country that is obligated to solve this problem is the Russian Federation. It became obvious that the Russian Federation, acting with the same arguments as the Russian Empire about the Circassian Problem even in the 21st century, is acting in the same manner in all subjects with its occupation of the Crimea, which is a land located within the territorial integrity of Ukraine and by groundlessly pleading suppression towards Russian speakers living in Eastern Ukraine in reality, aiming to occupy the whole Ukraine and right after by open threatening towards Poland and Eastern Europe. It is well known that the situation of Trans-Dniester is already fallen into the same frame. An old world practice “land-conquest growing by occupation” thought to be an old world way of thinking has been moved to the modern world by the Russian Federation, with furthermore leaving the whole world in astonishment.

The “Circassian Question” is related to “values” as much as” its national and international characters, thus we regard “Circassia” within the "Baltic-Black Sea-Caspian" area. Circassians are in favor of European values pursuant to Borjomi Declaration.

We, the undersigned, respectfully submit our request to Your Excellency, for the recognition of the Circassian Genocide:

1. HAPI CEVDET YILDIZ, BANDIRMA/TURKEY.
2. MAHMUT BI, BURSA/TURKEY.
3. ALMIR ABREG, MAYKOP/CIRCASSIA.
4. SAID SHUQOM, AMMAN / JORDAN.
5. DR. ROUHI SHAHALTOUGH – AMMAN/JORDAN
6. ISHAQ MOLA , AMMAN/JORDAN
7. MOHAMMAD SHAHANKARI – AMMAN/JORDAN
8. MOHAMMAD AZOKA, AMMAN / JORDAN.
9. KHUADE ADNAN , MAYKOP/CIRCASSIA.
10. ADEL BASHQAWI , AMMAN/JORDAN.
11. ANDZOR AKHOKHOV, NALCHIK/CIRCASSIA
12. UTIJ ABDULLAH TEBER,ISTANBUL/TURKEY
13. MERETIKO KENAN KAPLAN, ISTANBUL/TURKEY
14. PROF.DR. SHURDUM GUNSEL AVCI, ISTANBUL/TURKEY
15. DR. KARDEN MURAT YILDIRIM , ISTANBUL/TURKEY.
16. KUBE NURHAN FIDAN, ISTANBUL/TURKEY.
17. JUDE SAIM SEZGIN, SAMSUN/TURKEY
18. ADNAN QUDEBERDOQUA, AMMAN / JORDAN.
19. SHOGEN EMINE ARSLANDOK SEZGIN, KAYSERI/ TURKEY
20. SHALAXHO RAGIP METE , SAKARYA/TURKEY.
21. ASSISTANT POFESSOR GUT'E MAHMUT BILGE BASTURK,ESKISEHIR/TURKEY
22. THAMOKUE CIHAT ULUS, KAYSERI/TURKEY
23. HABRACHO MURAT OZDEN ,ISTANBUL/TURKEY
24. HUSHT SEMIH AKGUN, ISTANBUL/TURKEY
25. DR. OMER AYTEK KURMEL ,ISTANBUL/TURKEY.
26. TAMARA BARSIK , DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES.
27. PSHEVU GUNER KUBAN, MUGLA/TURKEY
28. JADE WUMAR DENIZ – SAKARYA/TURKEY.
29. HATKO VURAL BAYRAM , ISTANBUL/TURKEY
30. CUSHA WUMAR, IZMIR/TURKEY.
31. YESHI MUSTAFA SAADET, ISTANBUL/ TURKEY.
32. BALKAR SELCUK, VAN/TURKEY
33. GINA HABOUKH, NEW YORK/UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
34. PROF.DR. HUSNU DEMIRSOY, SAMSUN/TURKEY
35. THATL SACIT TUNC, ISTANBUL/TURKEY.
36. HATX YALCIN KARABULUT, ISTANBUL/TURKEY
37. NEGHUCH HIKMET NEGUC, DUZCE/TURKEY
38. YEKUASH CENK AVCI,ISTANBUL/TURKEY
39. SHOGEN FARUK ARSLANDOK ,ISTANBUL/TURKEY
40. SHEWLOK ERDINC UNSALAN – K.MARAS/TURKEY.
41. ALI BERZEG, NEW YORK/UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
42. Dr. CELAL YAVUZ, BALIKESIR/TURKEY
43. THAGUSE EMRE AKCAN ,SAKARYA/TURKEY
44. KALEKUTE ENVER SAGLAM , ISTANBUL/TURKEY
45. MIQOD NAHIDE DEMIR AYBAT – KONYA/TURKEY
46. AWTLE MUSTAFA YUKSEL,SAMSUN/TURKEY
47. HAK’ASHE ERKAN BATIR , KAYSERI/TURKEY
48. MELGOSH ILHAMI DEMIR, TOKAT/ TURKEY
49. DR. YETKIN INANOZ, ISTANBUL/TURKEY
50. KHUAKO FEHIM SARAC, ISTANBUL/TURKEY
51. KUEKUE CANER , KAYSERI/TURKEY
52. DR. MURAT DEMIRHAN, ANKARA/TURKEY
53. SHEWCEN OMER ERKAN,MUNIH/GERMANY
54. YEKUASH YUKSEL NIDA,MANISA/TURKEY
55. KUBE PERVIN MATSON, GÄVLE / SWEDEN
56. BAGH OGUZ BAGCI,MELBOURNE/AUSTRALIA
57. Dr. HUSEYIN DEMIRSOY, SAMSUN/TURKEY
58. SHEWOSF NEFIN GUCLU,AMSTERDAM/ NETHERLANDS
59. PSHIGHUSE TEKNUR BASOK, ISTANBUL/TURKEY
60. MAUSHE HUSEYIN ULAMLI, YOZGAT/TURKEY
61. MERZEY EROL, KAYSERI/TURKEY
62. SHEWDJEN CEVAHIR ERKAN, MUNIH/GERMANY
63. ESREF BAS, SINOP/TURKEY
64. IEZELDEEN SHOAIB , TIDAHOLM/SWEDEN.
65. ADAM GORKOZ, KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
66. SARAH ASHMOZ , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL.
67. AYBAK ASHMOOZ , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL.
68. SUSAN ASHMOZ , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL.
69. NEBAL SHAPSO , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
70. JUNAY SHAPSO , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
71. ASIM SHAPSO , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
72. ARIF NASH , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
73. BELLA SHJASH , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
74. WAFA HAKHU , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
75. MERVAT LABAY , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL.
76. YAHYA HAKHO , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL.
77. GORKOJ JUSHAN , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
78. BEBARS A. SHAWGAN , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
79. AZMI THAWKHO , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
80. JAMIL SHJASH , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
81. SUHAILA SHJASH , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
82. MARYAM NATKHO , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
83. ESMAEL LABAY , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
84. ALI LABAY , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL.
85. ADAM LABAY , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL.
86. AMIR LABAY , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL.
87. HAROUN HAKHO , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL.
88. SAFWAN HAKHU , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL.
89. MOHAMMAD LABAY , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL.
90. OMAR NAPSO , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
91. LINA SHAPSO , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL.
92. RANIA GORKOJ , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
93. NAPSO HAROUN , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
94. SANA'A LABAY , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL.
95. YACOUB LABAY , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL.
96. HALA LABAY , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL.
97. ADNAN LABAY , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL.
98. MARIAN LABAY , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL.
99. ISMAIL ASHMOZ , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL.
100. LINDA LABAY , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
101. ABDEL RAHMAN LABAY , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
102. SAMARA ASHMOZ , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL.
103. FADEL ABZAKH , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL.
104. AZIZ KHAWAJ , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL.
105. MOHAMMAD SHOGAN , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL.
106. LANAH SHOGAN , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL.
107. SUAD HARSHOUQ , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL.
108. HAROUN THAWKHO , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
109. FOUAD SHOSH’HA , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL.
110. TAMBI SHOSH’HA , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL.
111. SYLVIA ECHLIEN , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
112. LISA THAWKHO , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
113. MARYAM SHOSH’HA , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL.
114. ALI AMIN SHJASH , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL.
115. ALI HADISH , KFAR,KAMA, ISRAEL.
116. BASMA NASH , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
117. ZAKARIA KHAWAJ , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
118. FIRAS ZAWER , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
119. NOUR BEY NATKHO , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
120. NOURA NAPSO , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL.
121. MERVAT KHAWAJ , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
122. HAROUN JINDAR , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL.
123. BADER THAWKHO , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
124. IMAD SHABSOUGH , AMMAN/JORDAN
125. ANAS BASHMAF , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
126. LINAH THAWKHO , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
127. IBRAHIM THAWKHO , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
128. IBRAHIM KHAWAJ , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
129. SHINA KHAWAJ , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
130. JULIAN CHOS’HA , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
131. JAM HORAN , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
132. SARAH NAPSO , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
133. SAID LAMBER , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
134. HUDA ABERG , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
135. ISHAQ GORKOJ , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
136. NAPSO FOUAD , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
137. JAN OMAR , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
138. NAFNA SHOGAN , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
139. FAKHER SALEH , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
140. ISHAQ NASH , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
141. LANA AQBI – OTAWA/CANADA
142. SARAH THAWKHO , KFAR KAMA/ISRAEL
143. MAJD GHOTOQ , THE CIRCASSIAN DIASPORA
144. ZACK BARSAQUA , NEW JERSEY/UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
145. BELAL BEYRAM BASHKOUR , SYRIA
146. MAHER AQBI ,AMMAN/JORDAN
147. JANET BASHQAWI ,AMMAN/JORDAN
148. MALIK LIBZO ,AMMAN/JORDAN
149. AHMAD AL-DAGHESTANI ,AMMAN/JORDAN
150. JAWAD HABI ,AMMAN/JORDAN
151. TAMBI BIYOUK ,AMMAN/JORDAN
152. HAMID ABZAKH ,AMMAN/JORDAN
153. ZAINA BASHQAWI ,AMMAN/JORDAN
154. AMIN ANSOUQA ,AMMAN/JORDAN
155. DR. LISA JARKASI , MELBOURNE/AUSTRALIA
156. HASAN NABAS , AMMAN/JORDAN
157. ADNAN YUNS AFEMAJ , ZARQA, JORDAN.
158. MAZEN LEBZO ,AMMAN/JORDAN
159. MOHAMMAD HAMZOUQ ,AMMAN/JORDAN
160. KAMAL BARSEQ ,AMMAN/JORDAN
161. DANA WAJOKH, NEW JERSEY/UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
162. OMAR SHABSOUGH , AMMAN/JORDAN
163. DUVE ORHAN DEMIRSOY, SAMSUN/TURKEY
164. AHMAD BASHQAWI – TORONTO/CANADA
165. OTHMAN SHABSOUGH ,AMMAN/JORDAN
166. MADEEN SOBER , AMMAN/JORDAN
167. NADER ABZAKH , AMMAN/JORDAN
168. SAWSER HATUKAY, KFAR,KAMA, ISRAEL
169. ABDALRAHMAN KARAF , DAMASCUS/SYRIA.
170. AMMAR TOU , HOMS/SYRIA.
171. TSEY ILHAN DEMIRBASCA, YALOVA/TURKEY
172. BIRANT NECATI KIZILKAYA,YALOVA /TURKEY
173. NAJE BERK ATLI ,KONYA/TURKEY
174. YEDICH CAGATAY OZBAY,MUNICH/GERMANY
175. SOKUR ABDULMETIN SUNGUR, ANKARA/TURKEY
176. SHID TACETTIN CETINKAYA, KAYSERI/TURKEY
177. GUKAY BILLUR AKTURK,ISTANBUL, TURKEY
178. AHMAD BASHQOY , FRESNO/UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
179. HANA HAJIBEK , HOMS/SYRIA.
180. SANA VAROUQA, ARKANSAS/UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
181. DALAL SHAKER – NEW JERSEY/UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
182. ZUHAIR BASHQAWI , CHICAGO/UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
183. SALWA SHAHANKKRY KHAWAJ, AMMAN / JORDAN.
184. TAMER DESHAK, KFAR KAMA, ISRAEL.
185. ALI HATUQA, MEMBER OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE PLO, PALESTINE.
186. MARIAN CHUYEQWA، AMMAN / JORDAN.
187. DR. AHMAD CHARKAS KATAW, KIRKOUK / IRAQ.
188. SAMIR MOHAMMAD QADER, KIRKOUK / IRAQ.
189. MOHAMMAD HUSSEIN ALI, KIRKOUK / IRAQ.
190. YELDARIM MOHAMMAD HUSSEIN, KIRKOUK / IRAQ.
191. HUSSAM ALI ABDULLAH, KIRKOUK / IRAQ.
192. IMAN ALI ABDULLAH, KIRKOUK / IRAQ.
193. ANNA LOKHVITSKAYA, TBILISI / GEORGIA.
194. IRFAN BAYOUQA, NEW JERSEY, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
195. ASMA’A HAJIBEK, HOMS, SYRIA.
196. ABDULLAH KHOTA, KAHRAMANMARAS / TURKEY.
197. BARINA KHOTA, KAHRAMANMARAS / TURKEY.
198. ASTEMIR KHOTA, KAHRAMANMARAS / TURKEY.
199. TAMARA KHOTA, KAHRAMANMARAS / TURKEY.
200. FARHAN BLANAGABS, KAHRAMANMARAS / TURKEY.
201. RANIA BAIRAM, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
202. READA BAIRAM, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
203. NOUR MAHMOUD, SYRIA.
204. MOHAMMAD MAHMOUD, SYRIA.
205. ANZOR TSEY, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
206. ASLAN TSEY, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
207. SEBSA TSEY, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
208. SENA TSEY, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
209. SAMER GHOJIL, SYRIA.
210. RAMI GHOJIL, SYRIA.
211. EMAD KHORAN, AMMAN / JORDAN.
212. ABDULSALAM SHAKOJ, GRAZ / AUSTRIA.
213. DANIA SHA’ABAN, NEW YORK / UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
214. ZUHAIR BASHQAWI, CHICAGO / UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
215. DR. REEM BASHQOY, FRESNO, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
216. RANIM DODOKH, AMMAN / JORDAN.
217. SULTAN DODOKH, AMMAN / JORDAN.
218. HUSSEIN SHABSOUGH, AMMAN / JORDAN.
219. ISAM BASHQAWI, AMMAN / JORDAN.
220. IHSAN ELYAS KHON, THE CIRCASSIAN DIASPORA.
221. MARWAN JALUQA, ZARQA / JORDAN.
222. AMER IBRAHIM DUDUKH, AMMAN / JORDAN.
223. MORAD AHMED KABRTAY, AMMAN / JORDAN.
224. MOHAMMED NASSER DUDUKH, AMMAN / JORDAN.
225. DANIAL MOHAMMAD KHAMASH, AMMAN / JORDAN.
226. MARK MOLA, AMSTERDAM / NETHERLANDS.
227. MOUNIR SHAKOUJ - ADANA / TURKEY.
228. HAROUN NATKHO - KFAR KAMA / ISRAEL.
229. MUNA KHAWAJ - KFAR KAMA / ISRAEL.
230. ALLISON MACKANZI , SEATTLE / UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
231. ORHAN HALMAN- ISTANBUL, TURKEY/TURKEY
232. TSEY ILKER OZKAN, YALOVA/TURKEY
233. AYSEL OKAN HOSGIT, ISTANBUL/ TURKEY
234. MAMISH METIN OZDEMIR, ISTANBUL/ TURKEY
235. WELPENOKA ONUR YALDIZ,ISTANBUL/ TURKEY
236. HAKULE VEDAT EROGLU, IZMIT/TURKEY
237. MEMSHE OKAN ASLAN, ESKISEHIR/TURKEY
238. TLHIUJ MURAT SEYOK DUZCE/ TURKEY
239. JAJIY OMER OZAYDEMIR, OAKVILLE/CANADA

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