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Addressees:

The Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon

United Nations Spokesperson Russell Geekie

United Nations Spokesperson Jens Laerke

High representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini

Foreign Minister of the Republic of Estonia Sven Mikser

The Federal Minister for Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs of Austria Sebastian Kurz

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bulgaria Daniel Mitov

Assistant Minister of the Directorate for Political Affairs of Croatia Gordan Bakota

Slovakia Minister of Foreign Affairs Miroslav Lajčák

Sweden Minister for Foreign Affairs Margot Wallström

Press Secretary to Minister for Sweden Foreign Affairs Margot Wallström Pezhman Fivrin

Program Manager of the Westminster Foundation for Democracy - UK Chris Levick

Program Manager of the Westminster Foundation for Democracy - USA James Hoobler

Spanish Minister of Foreign Office and Cooperation Alfonso María Dastis

Republic of Slovenia Minister of Foreign Affairs Affair Karl Erjavec

Malta's Minister of Foreign Affairs George Vella

Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Latvia Edgars Rinkēvičs

Italy's Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Paolo Gentiloni

Italy's Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Mario Giro

Luxembourg's Minister of Foreign Affairs Jean Asselborn

Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic Iveta Hricová

Government Plenipotentiary for the Slovak Presidency of the Council of the EU Ivan Korcoc

Daniel Mitov Bulgaria's Minister of Foreign Affairs

Croatian Foreign and European Affairs Minister Davor Ivo Stier

Ireland's Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Mr. Charles Flanagan T.D.

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Poland Witold Waszczykowski

Bert Koenders Commission for Foreign Affairs of the The Netherlands Parliament

Foreign Affairs Minister of Portugal Augusto Santos Silva

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Linas Linkevičius

Minister of Foreign Affairs Of Norway Børge Brende

Minister of Foreign Affairs Of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Germany Frank-Walter Steinmeier

Press and Information Office of the Federal Government of Germany Press and Information Office of the Federal Government of Germany

Minister for Foreign Affairs of Finland Timo Soini

Icelandic Minister for Foreign Affairs Lilja Alfreðsdóttir

Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic Lubomír Zaorálek

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina Igor Crnadak

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Montenegro Srdjan Darmanović

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia Mikheil Janelidze

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Andorra Gilbert Saboya Sunyé

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Liechtenstein Aurelia Frick

Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary Péter Szijjártó

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cyprus Ioannis Kasoulidis

President of the Republic of Poland Andrzej Duda

President of Portugal Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa

Prime-Minister of Portugal António Costa

Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Latvia Advisor Maija Manika

President of Latvia Raimonds Vējonis

Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Affairs of Belgium Didier Reynders

Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Azerbaijan Elmar Mammadyarov

President of the Republic of Estonia Kersti Kaljulaid

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan Erlan A. Idrissov

Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs of Great-Britain Boris Johnson

Minister for Foreign Affairs of Japan Fumio Kishida

Minister of Foreign Affairs and of International Development of France Jean-Marc Ayrault

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Mongolia Tsend Munkh-Orgil

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Spokesperson Oana Lungescu

This petition is organised by Media Center for Chechnia's Self-Determination Rights - Chechnia.Org.

Petition

Your excellencies,

Please reconsider Chechnia's sovereignty status and promote a monitored transition to an independent nation, allowing Chechnia's citizens to freely elect a representative government that can deal with the nation's future and issues without the pressure of parties whose actions are in disagreement with the human rights, the nation's right of self-determination and the citizens physical and cultural integrity.

The citizens of Chechnia have been held hostage of an economical, politic and religious influenced war for decades, one which has resulted in a number of civilians deaths that long became a shamefully discreet genocide that has led to legal actions regarding Russian's aggression, war crimes, crimes against humanity towards the Chechen people and genocide, only partially recognised by the European Parliament officially.

Chechnia's citizens can only find peace and due protection through free elections after the international recognition of their sovereignty and Chechnia's independence should be re-talked in a non-discriminative and internationally law abiding context in which the Chechen nation sovereignty status is considered from the perspective of their citizens, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the United Nations and the European Union principles that values human life, free speech and the nations self-determination rights, as well as the agreement with the President of the Russian Federation Boris Yeltsin in the 12th May 1997.

Why is this important?

The citizens of Chechnia have been held hostage of an economical, politic and religious influenced war for decades, one which has resulted in a number of civilians deaths that long became a shamefully discreet genocide that has led to legal actions regarding Russian's aggression, war crimes, crimes against humanity towards the Chechen people and genocide, only partially recognised by the European Parliament officially.

Chechnia's citizens can only find peace and due protection through a process of free, United Nations monitored, elections after the international recognition of their independence.

Chechnia's sovereignty should be re-talked in a non-discriminative and internationally law abiding context in which the Chechen nation sovereignty status is considered from the perspective of their citizens, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the United Nations and the European Union principles that value human life, free speech and nations self-determination rights, as well as the agreement with the President of the Russian Federation Boris Yeltsin in the 12th May 1997.

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