Charkviani

Charkviani (Georgian: ჩარკვიანი) is a prominent Georgian family name from Upper Svanetia, the Mulakh clan. It may refer to:

  • Candide Charkviani (1906–1994), Soviet politician, First Secretary of the Georgian Communist party in 1938–1952
  • Gela Charkviani (born 1939), Georgian diplomat and journalist
  • Irakli Charkviani (1961–2006), Georgian musician, poet and writer
  • Jansugh Charkviani, Georgian poet
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Candide Charkviani - The Mingrelian Affair and Exile 1952-58
... Charkviani was accused during the Mingrelian Affair (1952), a conspiracy aimed against Lavrenti Beria's protégés in Georgia ... For years historians erroneously thought that Candide Charkviani was Mingrelian and that he was punished because of his links with Beria ... However, the newly opened archives in Georgia provide evidence that Charkviani, who was Lechkhumian (from the Lechkhumi region of Georgia) and not Mingrelian or Svan, was ...
Gela Charkviani
... Gela Charkviani (Georgian გელა ჩარკვიანი, Russian Гела Чарквиани) is Georgian diplomat, educator and television personality ... Gela Charkviani was born in Tbilisi in 1939 into the family of Candide Charkviani, a leader of the Georgian Communist Party who had been accused in the Mingrelian Affair under Joseph Stalin, and his ... Gela Charkviani's post-graduate studies included a semester at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbour in 1970, a period regarded as the peak of the Youth Revolution in the United States ...
Mingrelian Affair - Events
... Candide Charkviani, who at the time occupied the position of the first secretary of the Georgian SSR, also suffered during the Mingrelian Affair ... For years historians erroneously thought that Candide Charkviani was Megrelian and that he was punished because of his links with Beria ... However, the newly opened archives in Georgia provide evidence that Charkviani, who was Lechkhumian (from the Lechkhumi region of Georgia) and not ...
Candide Charkviani - Later Years
... Back in Tbilisi, Charkviani began his research work at the Institute of Economics and Law ... and Economic Planning where he worked until 1988 Charkviani is the author of 40 research papers and monographs pertaining to wine-making, development of electrical energy sector and other field of economy ... Candide Charkviani was married to Tamar Jaoshvili, an ophthalmologist, for 60 years ...