After Biden confessed, Turkey united in denial

After Biden confessed, Turkey united in denial

Turkey “Completely refuse” Recognition of the Armenian Genocide by the United States, Mevlüt Çavuşolu, Turkey’s Foreign Minister, announced a few minutes later Statement by President Joe Biden, Saturday, April 24th. “Words cannot change history or rewrite it. We have no lessons to take from anyone in our history.”He tweeted in response to Washington’s decision. The Anatolia News Agency reported that he summoned the US ambassador to protest this evening.

On Friday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan warned his US counterpart Joe Biden, and there was no response. Before the official announcement, he sent his condolences to the Patriarch of the Armenian Community in Turkey Sahak Masalyan, Ali ” Difficult conditions “ It suffered during the First World War. He regretted the exploitation of history By third parties, A term previously used by the Armenian Patriarch, who appears to be annoyed, like Mr. Erdogan, about the recognition of the genocide. ” Recep Tayyip Erdogan “ It was “The only state official in the history of the Turkish Republic” To participate “Our pain and our respect for the people of our nation who lost their lives in exile.”Religious leader stressed.

“The dog barks, the moving trailer”

Turkish officials believe that Washington’s move is counter-productive, ‘Without legal basis’House Speaker Mustafa Santop explained. It risks damaging the Turkish-American relationship, which has been deteriorating due to multiple conflicts, including Ankara’s purchase of Russian S-400 missiles.

Pro-government media shouted at Biden’s scandalous statement. Macron didn’t stay calm either., I noticed daily new dawn, In reference to the French President’s visit to the Armenian Genocide Memorial in Paris. Lapidari, the daily Islamic newspaper new decade Titled: “The dog barks, the moving trailer”.

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Recognized by about thirty countries and the community of historians, Turkey has denied the Armenian genocide of the Ottoman Empire since the republic was born in 1923. Historians estimate that in 1915 there were about 1.5 million Armenians and several hundreds of thousands of eastern Armenians. Christians were killed or died as a result of forced marches and systematic deportations.

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