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Conference – “The way to Leuville – The Past, Present and Future’’

Conference – “The way to Leuville – The Past, Present and Future’’

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On September 29, by the initiative of the Office of the State Minister of Georgia for Diaspora Issues, at the boardroom of the Georgian National Academy of Sciences, the conference “The Way to Leuville- The Past, Present and Future’’ was held.
Then joint conference of the Office of the State Minister of Georgia for Diaspora Issues and Georgian National Academy of Sciences was dedicated to finalizing the return of the Leuville land to Georgia. The opening word of Roin Metreveli, the academician and the vice-president of Georgia National Academy of Science gave the conference a start, he  reviewed the history of the Leuville land, the difficult and prolonged process of the return, which was successfully finalized on September 23, 2016, as a result of the successive and constructive negotiations during the last years, when in the village of Leuville, the final act of the land return to Georgia was signed ceremonially.
Gela Dumbadze, the State Minister of Georgia for Diaspora Issues and Tea Tsulukiani, the Minister of Justice of Georgia presented the report of the work of the parity commission, created in purpose of the Leuville land return to Georgia, to the academic circles and broader society. Nodar Javakhishvili- the Minister of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia and Khetevan Tsikhelashvili- the State Minister of Georgian for Reconciliation and Civil Equality Affairs of Georgia, Giorgi Sharvashidze – the Rector of Ivane Javakhishili Tbilisi State University, the representatives of academic circles, Sergo Vardosanidze- the Rector of Saint Andrew the First-Called Georgian University, the representatives of the international and non- governmental organizations, Georgian Diaspora, students and teachers attended the conference.
The meeting was interestingly held. The speakers gave the highest evaluation to the work done by representatives of the government of Georgia, due to which another important page was written in the Georgian history. The participants of the conference made a decision to send the Letter of Gratitude to the legal heir of the land, who executed the will of our ancestors with dignity, protected the Georgian land of Leuville and returned it to the real owner-The Georgian People.