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Written by Lucy Setian    Thursday, 22 April 2010 13:25    PDF Print E-mail
Армения замрази споразумението с Турция заради Нагорни Карабах
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Властите в Армения официално обявиха, че ще замразят за неопределен срок ратифицирането на историческото споразумение за установяване на дипломатически отношения с Турция, съобщи "Газета.ру". Причината е недоволството на Ереван от допълнителните условия на Анкара към договора и най-вече настояването за напредък в уреждането на арменско-азербайджанския конфликт за Нагорни Карабах.

Written by Admin    Tuesday, 30 March 2010 07:51    PDF Print E-mail
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Dear Madam, Dear Sir,

A resolution recognizing the Armenian Genocide was introduced into the Bulgarian Parliament.

The Armenian Genocide (1915-1923) was the deliberate and systematic destruction of the Armenian population of the Ottoman Empire during and just after World War I. It was characterized by massacres, and deportations involving forced marches under conditions designed to lead to the death of the deportees, with the total number of deaths reaching 1.5 million.

While Germany officially recognized the Jewish Holocaust, Turkey still denies the Armenian Genocide and spreads its denial policy throughout the world. This is the reason why the descendants of Armenian Genocide victims fight for the recognition of the Armenian Genocide all over the world.

The Armenian Genocide has been recognized so far by the United Nations, the European Parliament, the International Association of Genocide Scholars, the Permanent People’s Tribunal, the Council of Europe, the World Council of Churches and many states such as Armenia, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Cyprus, Slovakia, Poland, Lithuania, Russia, Belgium, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Sweden, Lebanon, Canada, Argentina, Uruguay, Venezuela, Chile and the Vatican City.

Moreover, Sofia, Burgas, Plovdiv, Ruse and Stara Zagora City Councils, the US House Foreign Affairs Committee, 44 US states, the National Assembly for Wales, the First Minister for Wales, the majority of United Kingdom Members of Parliament from Scotland and Northern Ireland, Ukraine's Supreme Council of Crimea, the Australian states of New South Wales and South Australia, Spain's Basque and Catalan regional Parliaments also recognized the Armenian Genocide.

We are surprised that the Bulgarian Parliament has not recognized the Armenian genocide yet. Bulgarians and Armenians have always maintained most kindly and friendly relations with each other.

A similar resolution was voted down in February. A new rejection would tarnish Bulgaria's image abroad and strengthen Turkish denialist arguments.

Therefore, we would be very grateful if you could vote for the resolution recognizing the Armenian Genocide and urge Bulgarian Members of Parliament to pass it.

Yours faithfully,
ArmenGenocide Team
Written by Люси Сетиян    Wednesday, 10 February 2010 21:56    PDF Print E-mail
Комитет за арменски изследвания се бори за признаването на геноцида в България
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На 23 януари в столичния хотел „Родина” бе проведено първото събрание по повод основаването на комитета за арменски изследвания „ХАЙ ТАД”- България.

Над 100 души от цялата арменска общност в страната участваха в учредяването му и дадоха своя глас при приемането на устава на сдружението.

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Written by Harut Sassounian    Wednesday, 13 January 2010 07:00    PDF Print E-mail
Armenians, Just as Bulgarians, Should Demand Compensation from Turkey
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Bojidar Dimitrov, Bulgaria’s Minister in charge of the Agency for Bulgarians Abroad, stirred a hornet’s nest at the start of the new year by threatening to block Turkey’s accession to the European Union (EU), unless it paid billions of dollars in compensation for Bulgarians who were forcefully displaced during the Ottoman era.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 13 January 2010 07:03 )
Written by Admin    Thursday, 10 December 2009 22:03    PDF Print E-mail
Обръщение на Европейската арменска федерация в International Herald Tribune
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В навечерието на европейската среща, която започвана на 7 декември, International Herald Tribune публикува в своето издание за Европа - Среден изток - Азия обръщение отправено от European Armenian Federation до главите на правителствата във връзка с преговорите за приемането на Турция.

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