Ankara: Isolating Turkey On The Armenian Issue
ISOLATING TURKEY ON THE ARMENIAN ISSUE Today's Zaman, Turkey June 19 2013 by Mehmet Fatih OZTARSU* 19 June 2013 / The political, economic and cultural changes experienced by Turkey and many neighboring countries over more than a century opened the door to nationalism, ethnicity problems and renewal processes tied to the building of nation-states.
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#1 Jun 22, 2013
The coward IT remnant TR policy of denial is as supportive of the deported Karabagh Azeris as she is willing to resolve the issues with Armenian Genocide survivors.
They are still playing for the time.
They can not be trusted unless TR changes her policy of denial.
#2 Jun 22, 2013
Without the whole liberation of Armenian lands and the Armenian population from everything which will be called former Turkey..
Nothing to negotiate about in this political drama ..
Let me remind this ,,
WE WILL LIBERATE OUR LANDS..
WE CAN PUT LAWS TO OURSELVES AND FOR OUR NATION
OR ELSE NOTHING CAN BE ACCOUTABLE ..
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