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Renaming Villages, Streets in Tajikistan

This is just another attempt to rewrite history and build a myth that since the ancient period, the territory of contemporary Tajikistan has been settled by ethnic Tajiks and there were no other ethnic groups here.

Blogger Harsavor shares [ru] his thoughts on why the authorities in Tajikistan have been so eager to rename villages and streets.

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