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Balkar and Karachay nationalism is the national sentiment among the Balkars and Karachai. It generally manifests itself in: * The movement for the recognition of the 1944 deportations (where the Balkars and Karachai, along with the Kalmyks, Chechens and Ingush were deported to Siberia and Central Asia) as a genocide against the nation. * The movement to separate Kabardino-Balkaria into Kabardin and Balkar administrative units * Likewise, the movement to separate Karachay–Cherkessia into Karachay and Cherkess administrative units * The movement to unify Karachai and Balkar units into a single republic * The movement to unify the census categories of Karachai and Balkar into a single category * Turkic nationalist flavor, and a strong affinity to the state of Turkey * Mandate of Karach

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  • Balkar and Karachay nationalism is the national sentiment among the Balkars and Karachai. It generally manifests itself in: * The movement for the recognition of the 1944 deportations (where the Balkars and Karachai, along with the Kalmyks, Chechens and Ingush were deported to Siberia and Central Asia) as a genocide against the nation. * The movement to separate Kabardino-Balkaria into Kabardin and Balkar administrative units * Likewise, the movement to separate Karachay–Cherkessia into Karachay and Cherkess administrative units * The movement to unify Karachai and Balkar units into a single republic * The movement to unify the census categories of Karachai and Balkar into a single category * Turkic nationalist flavor, and a strong affinity to the state of Turkey * Mandate of Karachay-Balkar language as the official language * Defense of Balkar grazing lands against Kabardin influence * In some circles, Pan-Turkism (en)
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  • Balkar and Karachay nationalism is the national sentiment among the Balkars and Karachai. It generally manifests itself in: * The movement for the recognition of the 1944 deportations (where the Balkars and Karachai, along with the Kalmyks, Chechens and Ingush were deported to Siberia and Central Asia) as a genocide against the nation. * The movement to separate Kabardino-Balkaria into Kabardin and Balkar administrative units * Likewise, the movement to separate Karachay–Cherkessia into Karachay and Cherkess administrative units * The movement to unify Karachai and Balkar units into a single republic * The movement to unify the census categories of Karachai and Balkar into a single category * Turkic nationalist flavor, and a strong affinity to the state of Turkey * Mandate of Karach (en)
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  • Balkar and Karachay nationalism (en)
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