Republic of Turkey, Ministry of Foreign Affairs (13 February 2020)
Syrian Regime Parliament’s resolution today (February 13th) recognizing the incidents of 1915 as so-called genocide provides a grim example in itself. It is the picture of the hypocrisy of a regime which has indulged in every kind of carnage towards its own people including children for years, and which caused the displacement of millions of them and well-known for its dexterity in using chemical weapons.
The humanitarian tragedy that this regime has caused still continues with one of the greatest disasters in history that has been witnessed in our border.
Purporting these baseless claims by a cruel regime which has lost its international legitimacy, is a clear indicator of the twisted mindset that lays behind it.
No comments yet.
- ARMENIA DEBATES CRACKING DOWN ON “FAKE NEWS” AND HATE SPEECH The Caucasus and Turkish-Armenian Relations 14.02.2020
- TWO ROCKETS STRIKE K-1 BASE HOSTING US TROOPS IN KIRKUK, IRAQ Iraq 14.02.2020
- OMBUDSMAN OPENS INQUIRY INTO EU COMMISSION’S GAS STANCE Europe - EU 14.02.2020
- PRESIDENT OF NORTH MACEDONIA SIGNS LAW RATIFYING NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY The Balkans 14.02.2020
- AZERBAIJANI FM MEETS WITH EU SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE The Caucasus and Turkish-Armenian Relations 14.02.2020
Türk-Ermeni Uyuşmazlığı Üzerine Ömer Engin Lütem Konferansları 2018
Ermeni Sorunuyla İlgili İngiliz Belgeleri (1912-1923) - British Documents on Armenian Question (1912-1923)
Turkish-Russian Academics: A Historical Study on the Caucasus
Gürcistan'daki Müslüman Topluluklar: Azınlık Hakları, Kimlik, Siyaset
Armenian Diaspora: Diaspora, State and the Imagination of the Republic of Armenia
Ermeni Sorunu Temel Bilgi ve Belgeler (2. Baskı)
THE CENTENNIAL OF THE INDEPENDENCE OF THE THREE SOUTH CAUCASUS STATES: HISTORICAL BACKGROUND, CONTEMPORARY DEVELOPMENTS AND PROSPECTS OF PEACE AND PROSPERITY
“EURASIA FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF TURKEY AND MONGOLIA”
SECURITY, STABILITY AND COOPERATION IN THE WIDER BLACK SEA REGION