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His Holiness Karekin II

His Holiness Karekin II

16 février 2015 | par Hakan

Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of All Armenians Born Ktrij Nersessian, he was enthroned in 1999 as the 132nd Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos (meaning “universal leader”) of Echmiadzin, the holy seat of the Armenian Apostolic Orthodox Church. He has traveled the world visiting the Armenian diaspora and promoting inter-faith dialogue. His (...)


Who is responsible for the closing of Turkish-Armenian border

Who is responsible for the closing of Turkish-Armenian border

5 février 2015 | par Engin

Who is responsible for the closing of Turkish-Armenian border Maxime Gauin Print Page Send to friend » Share on Facebook A growing campaign, inside and outside Turkey, is advocating the opening of the Turkish-Armenian border, without asking anything of Armenia, as if the Turkish government was the only, or at least the main, actor (...)


President Sargsyan’s response to the invitation for the commemoration ceremonies of the 100th anniversary of the battle of Gallipoli

30 janvier 2015

In response to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s invitation for the commemoration ceremonies of the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli, Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan issued a letter on the official website of the President of the Republic of Armenia. In his letter, President Sargsyan declined the invitation of President (...)


Where does France stand on armenian allegations ?

30 janvier 2015

On January 12, 2015, Andrea Mitchell hosted France’s Ambassador to the United States Gerard Araud at “Andrea Mitchell Reports” on MSNBC to discuss the intelligence risks facing France following attack on the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. As a response to a question about the compatibility of the French law that outlaws the “denial of (...)


A russian soldier’s multiple killings in Armenia

30 janvier 2015

Turgut Kerem TUNCEL - Specialist, AVIM - On January 13th, 2015 six members of the Avestisyan family in Gyumri were found shot to death in their beds in the same house. The only survivor was a six-month old boy, who passed away few days later because of the wounds he received during the incident. In the crime scene, an AK-74 rifle, 5.45mm (...)


Revisiting the 30th August at the light of the 15th May

Revisiting the 30th August at the light of the 15th May

30 avril 2014 | par Maxime Gauin

The commemorations of the victory on August 30 are widespread every year, but too few Turks know today that August 30 does not mean only a military success, but also a victory against the war crimes of the Greek army and its Armenian volunteers. Swiss journalist Noëlle Roger observed around 1930 that there was no plaque, and even no design to (...)


The large Jewish debt to Turkey

The large Jewish debt to Turkey

12 mars 2014 | par Hakan

Israelis do not remember that in the year of the expulsion, 1492, the country that opened its gates to the exiles from Spain - without constructing prison facilities for them - was Ottoman Turkey. “The only oasis of the tribe, for which all other countries are hell as far as it is concerned,” was the way Ze’ev Jabotinsky described what Ottoman (...)


Former French PM : Mistake to involve parliaments in Armenian issue

Former French PM : Mistake to involve parliaments in Armenian issue

24 mai 2013 | par TN-pige

Former French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin said on Wednesday that it is a great mistake for democratic countries to involve their parliaments in the Armenian issue. Speaking at a private meeting in İstanbul, Villepin said that the Armenian claims of genocide during the forced migration by the Ottoman Empire in 1915 is “the work of (...)


Khojaly Massacre In The Paintings Of French Artist Renaud Baltzinger

Khojaly Massacre In The Paintings Of French Artist Renaud Baltzinger

3 mars 2013

On February 26, a vernissage of the exhibition "The Night of Khojaly" comprised of paintings which French Artist Renaud Baltzinger devoted to the Khojaly tragedy, was held at the Cultural Centre of Azerbaijan in Paris, the website of Heydar Aliyev Foundation reported on Tuesday. The organizational support was provided by the Heydar Aliyev (...)


Chamber expects an apology from France

Chamber expects an apology from France

13 février 2013

DHA photo : Severoğlu, the head of Gaziantep Architects’ Chamber, claims that France owes an apology to the city. French soldiers used Turkish children in Gaziantep as war prisoners after World War I, the head of Gaziantep Architects’ Chamber said, calling the incident a humanitarian crime that France must apologize to the city for. Sıtkı (...)


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