Turkey "entirely rejects" US President Joe Biden's recognition of the 1915 Armenian events as "genocide," Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said adding that Washington's declaration is based solely on populism.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says US President Joe Biden's declaration is based solely on populism.
Bedros Sirinoglu, the chief of Armenian Foundations Union in Istanbul, said all interventions by those who are not parties to the 2015 events "will only deepen our wounds."
Regardless of their religion or ethnicity, people in these lands have lived as brothers and sisters for centuries, Turkey’s Communications Director Fahrettin Altun says during a virtual conference on the Events of 1915 in Ankara.
Ustun Palmie Patisserie in the historic Kurtulus neighbourhood bakes some of the city’s most famous Easter pastries and chocolates, serving the Greek Orthodox and Armenian communities and sustaining the city’s multicultural traditions.
Ankara slams US President Trump for remarks on deaths of Armenians during 1915, says Trump's statement ignores mentioning more than 500,000 Muslims killed at the time by Armenians.
Turkey summoned the US ambassador to Ankara after the passing of the resolution, which recognised the 1915 events as ‘genocide’, creating more cracks in relations between the two NATO allies.
As part of Turkey's attempt to promote its unique Anatolian heritage to the world, Akdamar Holy Cross Church has been photographed by famous artist Izzet Keribar and is also just a click away for viewing by art lovers.
Communications Director of the Turkish Presidency Fahrettin Altun made the invitation in a tweet which also shared the beauty of Akdamar Church located on a small island in eastern Turkey.
The Turkish government has allowed worshippers to attend mass at the Armenian Cathedral Church of the Holy Cross in Van, Turkey which was previously forbidden for security reasons.
On the commemoration of the 1915 events of World War I, President Erdogan says Turkey will continue to find solutions to the problems of the country's ethnic Armenian citizens.
Turkish President Erdogan sends letter to Armenian community patriarch in Turkey, in memory of Ottoman Armenians losses in World War One
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