PanARMENIAN.Net – Turkey’s justification of the Armenian Genocide and insulting its victims are nothing new and are manifestations of hate speech, Armenian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Anna Naghdalyan said Thursday, June 18. She said denialism has no future.
Her comments came after a the High Advisory Board of the Turkish Presidency gathered to discuss the international response to the Armenian Genocide. The behind-the-doors meeting lasted five hours, after which Turkey’s Communications Director Fahrettin Altun said in a statement that President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan reiterated that “Turkey would not al
On June 14, Yerkir.am published a conversation with Armenian Revolutionary Federation (ARF) Bureau chairman Hagop Der Khatchadourian regarding the current political events in Armenia. He emphasized the need for national cooperation and a new quality of government.
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High Advisory Board of Turkish presidency gathered on Tuesday to discuss how to respond to “groundless and anti-Turkey allegations” regarding the events of 1915.
Following the five-hour meeting behind close doors, Communications Director Fahrettin Altun said in a statement President Recep Tayyip Erdogan reiterated that Turkey would not allow the “hostility seeds” that sought to be sown through “distorted historical events.”
The statement accused what it referred to as the “Armenian lobby” of exploiting the “challenging an
Armenia is ready to receive Armenians from abroad, including from Lebanon, said FM Zohrab Mnatsakanyan on Wednesday at the parliament.Nevertheless, according to the minister, the Armenian community of Lebanon should be provided support on the spot.He noted that the Armenian community in Lebanon is part of the institutional system of the state and the multi-religious architecture of the social life of Lebanon. “As the model citizens of the country, the Lebanese Armenians share the achievements and hardships of life in this country on equal terms with others. Any manifestation of xenophobia is very worrying and is directed primarily against the entire Lebanese
The High Advisory Board of the Turkish Presidency gathered Tuesday to discuss how to respond to “groundless and anti-Turkey allegations” regarding the events of 1915.
Following the five-hour meeting behind closed doors, Communications Director Fahrettin Altun said in a statement that President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan reiterated that Turkey would not allow the “hostility seeds” that sought to be sown through “distorted historical events.”
The statement accused what it referred to as the “Armenian lobby” of exploiting the “challenging and painful era endured by all Ottoman citizens for the sake of political calculations through lies and slanders that were invented by various power groups.”
Altun said that during the meeting, “comprehensive steps” were discussed to prevent
LOS ANGELES (EINPresswire.com) — Gary Chivichyan dubbed the “Armenian Sniper” for his noteworthy skill at long-range shooting and scoring is an NBA prospect who completed playing his senior year for the Pacific Tigers at the University of the Pacific. He was recruited by former NBA star, coach Damon Stoudamire. The Pacific Tigers have had one of their most successful seasons in 2019-2020 and Chivichyan was a big part of that success finishing second in team scoring and first in 3 point field goals made. Chivichyan, who grew up in Hollywood California was also the only division one basketball player this last season that was Armenian.
Armenia has recently been defeated in all spheres in the field of diplomacy regarding the settlement of the Armenia-Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
After Germany announced the decision to close the office of the so-called “Nagorno-Karabakh Republic” (NKR) in Berlin, another decision was adopted in the European Parliament. In accordance with this decision, the European countries called on Armenia to acknowledge the internationally recognized borders of Azerbaijan.
The European Parliament’s statement was made in response to Yerevan’s intention to begin construction of a new highway from Armenia’s Kapan city to the occupied Nagorno-Karabakh region through Gubadli and Jabrayil districts of Azerbaijan.