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Erdogan says France not concerned with truth about "1915 events"
Whwn we dig deeper into genocides, massacres, and human rights violations, we see the same countries that make noise about democracy and freedom," Erdogan told a symposium on archives and historical research in the capital Ankara on April 24, the day Armenians worldwide commemorate the 104th anniversary of the Genocide
Armenia will be consistent in promoting international recognition of the Genocide - PM
“We were consistently deprived of the land on which Armenian culture and Armenian identity were formed and developed over thousands of years. The cultural heritage that constitutes the Armenian identity — thousands of schools, churches and monasteries — was erased from the face of the earth,” Nikol Pashinyan said.
Artsakh President issues address on Armenian Genocide remembrance day
This crime has been among the most horrific and monstrous programs against humanity, a stigma for future generations, President Sahakyan said on the day, when the whole Armenian nation commemorates the 1.5 million victims.
April 24 the day of lamentation, but also the day of revival, Armenia’s President says
The President expressed gratitude to all countries, international structures, and organizations, spiritual and political leaders, representatives of cultural, academic, and scientific circles who state their solidarity with the Armenian people, recognize and condemn the Armenian Genocide.
Justifying genocide under the veil of denial shameful and dangerous - Armenian MFA
The comments come in the wake of a statement by the Turkish government claiming that “Armenia is afraid to open its archives from 1915.” The government believes “this will lead to the whole world receiving evidence of the events of 1915 not being an Armenian genocide, but, on the contrary, an extermination and genocide of the Muslim population of the Ottoman Empire by Armenian gangs.”