Georgian Language in An Azeri School
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The Azerbaijani population realized the necessity of the Georgian language as an official language. Karajala is a village located in the Telavi municipality where all the population are ethnic Azeris. From the nineties forwards, as was necessity for the Georgian population, all Azerbaijanis classes were gradually replaced with Georgian. Today, there is only one Azerbaijani class in this school.


Chai Khana
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