Open letter to Dmitry Medvedev

Grigory MusalevRussia’s Finno-Ugrics tell Medvedev They’d Be Happy to Have Half the Rights of Ethnic Russians in Estonia

A Mordvin newspaper has published an open letter to Russian President Dmitry Medvedev bemoaning the ways in which Russian officials are undermining the future of the Finno-Ugric peoples of the country and saying that the latter would be more than pleased if they had even a few of the rights the supposedly “oppressed” ethnic Russians do in Estonia. The appeal, which was prepared by Grigory Musalev, the head of the Mordvin Republic Foundation for the Salvation of the Erzyan Language, appears in the current issue of the Saransk newspaper, Erzyan Mastor.

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