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France's Macron commemorates Armenian Genocide
“Today, on April 24, we officially commemorate the Armenian Genocide to remember that man is capable of the worst when he forgets what binds him to his neighbor, and to ensure that history does not repeat his errors,” Macron wrote.
Thousands gather in Ottawa to commemorate the 104th anniversary of Armenian Genocide
The demonstrators first gathered at the steps of Parliament Hill, where they thanked the Canadian government for its ongoing recognition of the genocide of 1915-23, and called upon the government to exert pressure on its NATO ally, Turkey, to come to terms with its past and to put an end to its ongoing policy of Genocide denial.
Turkey's President sends letter to Armenian acting Patriarch Aram Atesyan
Starting his letter with condolences to the Armenian community over the death of late Armenian Patriarch Mesrob Mutafyan on March 8, Erdogan also offered his sincere condolences to the "grandchildren of Ottoman Armenians who lost their lives in the harsh conditions of World War I, and commemorated with respect all the victims"
President Trump Doubles Down on “Turkey First” Armenian Genocide Policy - ANCA
“This is a cut-and-paste policy, set in Ankara by Turkish dictators and enforced in Washington by American presidents,” said Armenian National Committee of America ANCA Executive Director Aram Suren Hamparian
Donald Trump: We stand with Armenians in recalling the lives lost during Meds Yeghern
Today, we commemorate the Meds Yeghern and honor the memory of those who suffered in one of the worst mass atrocities of the 20th century. Beginning in 1915, one and a half million Armenians were deported, massacred, or marched to their deaths in the final years of the Ottoman Empire. On this day of remembrance, we again join the Armenian community in America and around the world in mourning the many lives lost
Turkish HDP Party issues statement on Armenian genocide anniversary
HDP said “no ethnic identity, language, culture or belief is superior to another on these lands in which different peoples and beliefs live together -but this simple fact has still not been accepted. And as a result, a confrontation with the crimes and shame that have made our land poorer has always been postponed.”
Canada's Trudeau honors the memory of Armenian Genocide victims
The Government of Canada pays tribute to the victims of this tragedy and reaffirms its commitment to strive for a world in which nobody – regardless of faith or ethnic background – fears discrimination or persecution because of who they are