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Greeks in Kazakhstan

The Armenia) Greeks on June 1949, Feb 1950, Aug 1950.[2][3] The total number of deported persons was about 60000 people.[4]

Nowadays there are between 10 and 12 thousand ethnic Greeks living in Kazakhstan in 17 communities, which together with the Greek language and dance classes. At the moment in Kazakhstan there are 6 ethnic Greek teachers funded by the General Secretariat of Greeks Abroad. Furthermore, Greek is taught by two teachers seconded from Greece.[5]

See also


  1. ^ {Ethnic cleansing in the USSR 1937 - 49] p122
  2. ^ Short Synopsis of the Pontian-Greek History
  3. ^ Agtzidis, The Persecution of Pontic Greeks in the Soviet Union Journal of Refugee Studies, 1991, 4, pp. 372-381.
  4. ^ {Ethnic cleansing in the USSR 1937 - 49] p123, 126
  5. ^ Greece MFA: Greek community in Kazakhstan

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