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Letter to IGCO Superintendent
from Dr. Levan Z. Urushadze

Dr. Levan Z. Urushadze of Georgia, born in 1964, in Tbilisi, a notable Georgian historian and public figure and Co-Founder of the Museum of the Soviet Occupation of the Georgian National Museum (May 26, 2006). 
Dr. Urushadze is a Nobleman (Aznauri), descendant of David II Bagrationi, King of Imereti (Western Georgia) in 1783-1790.

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Dear Sir,   

August 23, 2008

Thank you very much for your letters and your notice to Georgia. Today Georgia is needed as never help from the world concord, in order to save from humanitarian crisis, which was resulted in the Russian barbarous aggression.
As the ROLF's Humanitarian Ambassador in Georgia, I am ready as far as possible to render assistance to IGCO and the St. Lazarus Order in execution of their humanitarian mission in Georgia.
As to General Ronald Mangum, I connected him with the official representative of the Georgian Patriarchate.
I wait for your letter.
  With kind regards,  
   Dr. Levan Z. Urushadze    
Letter from His Holiness and Beatitude, Ilia II of the Georgian Orthodox and Apostolic Church
It is with great sorrow that we inform you that on 7 August of the current year military hostilities started on Georgian territory and continue to this moment, as a result of which many people were killed, wounded or sustained damage.


UNHCR launches emergency airlift in response to South Ossetia crisis
The UN Refugee Agency is mounting an emergency airlift of relief supplies amid continuing concerns over the plight of civilians caught up in the Georgia - South Ossetia conflict.
UNHCR staff offload emergency relief items at a temporary reception centre in Mtskheta, outside Gori. UNHCR/A.Shrestha
The first airlift flight, carrying 20,000 blankets and other aid items, is scheduled to fly from UNHCR's central emergency stockpile in Dubai to Georgia overnight Monday. A second flight is planned for Wednesday from Copenhagen another of the agency's central logistical hubs. Altogether, the two flights will carry humanitarian supplies for up to 30,000 people.


IGCO efforts to deliver 120 tons of baby-food, medication, and clothing to Georgia.  (August 24. 2008)
IGCO is arranging an airlift of 120 tons of baby-food, medication and clothing for Georgia, presently located in Germany. 

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