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Parliament of Armenia makes statement on Armenian Genocide Centennial

On April 21, the Parliament of Armenia passed a statement on the Centennial of the Armenian Genocide in Ottoman Empire. The Parliament press-office has published the text of the statement:

 “The National Assembly of the Republic of Armenia

- having regard to the Convention for the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of the Genocide adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 9 December 1948, the law on the Condemnation of the 1915 Genocide of the Armenians in Ottoman Turkey adopted by the ArmSSR Supreme Council on 22 November 1988;

- evaluating the provisions stipulated in the All-Armenian Declaration of the Armenian Genocide Centennial,

- highlighting the contribution of the Armenian people to the joint efforts of the international community aimed at crimes against mankind, condemnation and prevention of genocides,

- extending gratitude to the parliaments of all countries, state and local institutions and international organizations, which have officially recognized the Armenian Genocide, have adopted laws criminalizing the Armenian Genocide denial,

Calls on the parliaments of all countries, inter-parliamentary organizations and international organizations to officially recognize and condemn the Armenian Genocide perpetrated by the Ottoman Empire as a gravest crime against mankind.”

Armenia marks the Centennial of the Armenian Genocide in Ottoman Turkey on April 24 2015. The fact of the Genocide was recognized Bolivia, Chile, Sweden, Germany, Lithuania, Poland, Venezuela, the Netherlands, Slovakia, Switzerland, Italy, Vatican City, Greece, France, Belgium, Lebanon, Canada, Russia, Cyprus, Uruguay, the European Parliament, the Council of Europe, the 46 States of America and others. Turkey still denies the Genocide. 

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