Agreements signed in Soviet years, can't be basis for demarcation of Armenian-Georgian border

Sep 21, 2009 Full story: PanArmenian Network 151

Today, Yerevan and Tbilisi cannot determine the Armenian-Georgian border, relying on these agreements, " Vahe Sargsyan , expert of the analytical Mitk center told journalists in Yerevan today.

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Since: Sep 09

ISTANBUL

#148 Mar 12, 2012
Shant wrote:
So what? so fkhead turd if you dont have an answer then STFE (do you want me to tell you what does STFU, since you are low IQ turd)
<quoted text>
What can you do?
hehehe

you are weak,

Low qualified,

Full of hate.

Starving,

very small population,

Parasites of the world..

helpless

desparate

Noone cares about you..

You are not important for anyone

Even your so-called genocide allegations are many people's toilet paper..

heheheh

You are simly dead people walking...

Since: Sep 09

ISTANBUL

#149 Mar 12, 2012
Knight Hospitaller wrote:
<quoted text>
It was not just somebody, day after day dozens of Armenianians raiding Georgian forum is not something I appriciate and I would respond. What will be your reaction if you see dozens of Georgians insulting constantly Armenian nation on this forum? Would you thank them? lol.
I love my country as much as you love yours.
they do not love their own country..
&#305;f they love,would they be hostile to Turks?
They all know that there was no fcukken Genocide and every single Court of Justice rejected them but they are still playing the same old song for their own people in Armeni&#351;a..

The people is about to die..They are starving..

2.4million population goes down every single day..
But the idiot Armenians are still payiing at least USD 200 to 350 Millions of USD for the Diaspora as ""STUPIDTY TAX"""

Diaspora do not care what is happening in Armenia,they are buying Mercedeses and Escalades every year with the ""Stupidity Tax""they receive from the Starving to death Nation in armenia..

heheheh

You love your country but they do not..
&#305;f they love so,do they leave them to starv?

Since: Aug 08

Yerevan, Armenia

#150 Mar 12, 2012
Knight don't get surprise if you get rough respond from me, you are double crossing.
You act like as a nice Georgian resident and they come up like a jerk.
are you real Georgian?
Since I have Georgian friends that they are my GOOD friends and we read your comment and they are shocked.
Please let me know what is wrong with you.
Knight Hospitaller wrote:
<quoted text>
It was not just somebody, day after day dozens of Armenianians raiding Georgian forum is not something I appriciate and I would respond. What will be your reaction if you see dozens of Georgians insulting constantly Armenian nation on this forum? Would you thank them? lol.
I love my country as much as you love yours.
Dander

Sydney, Australia

#151 Mar 12, 2012
OKUZ
would starve if he was not paid by Aliyev.
Because he can not even paint a toilet.
USSPY DEVICE OVER MOSCOW

Khimki, Russia

#153 May 10, 2012
Mongolian Beef wrote:
<quoted text>
Here is a good idea: Go back to Mongolia where you came from so we would never again have border disputes.
neobyzantine wrote:
Russia need to join NATO.
"Cold War" finished.
USA BRINGS OVER ILLEGALLY SPY ELECTRONIC WARFARE DEVICE UNDER RADAR BY MOSCOW SVO AIRPORT, DAMAGES HUMANS IN MOSCOW REGION. UNKNOWNS DO IT FROM DEPT OF DEFENSE. AERIAL DEVICE BELONGS TO TRACKPHONE SPOTTED OVER MOSCOW, RUSSIA. HARMING RUSSIAN CITIZENS, BELONGS TO DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE USA. FOR STALKING, MAIMING, AND EVENTUALLY KILLING. UNKNOWN PERSONS WITH THE DEVICE POSITIONS ARE IN ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA. RUSSIAN MILITARY TOOK PICTURES ON 9 MAY AT 3 PM., DOWNTOWN. TWO BLOCKS AWAY FROM THE KREMLIN. USA IS SPYING AND HARMING RUSSIAN CITIZENS AGAIN. COLD WAR LOOKS GREAT NOW.NATIONAL DEFENSE UNIVERSITY KNOWS THE OWNERS AND THE KNOWNS AND UNKNOWNS OF THE KILLING DEVICE, MAIMED, BURNED, PARTIAL SIGHT LOST OF MANY OF THERE VICTIMS, BURNT FEET, AND BRUISED HANDS FEET, NECK, BACK, ETC COLD WAR ON. I REPORTER FROM CNN REPORTING STORY COLD WAR ON.

Since: Feb 09

Location hidden

#154 Jun 29, 2012
Dander wrote:
OKUZ
would starve if he was not paid by Aliyev.
Because he can not even paint a toilet.
He has an idea of who he might be but can not paint it, so he paints toilets, not very well unfortunately..
armenians back to Syria

Baku, Azerbaijan

#155 Jun 29, 2012
Georgians are decent and respected people, and not just in the Turkic world, but in entire Europe. What gaymenia and russia thinks is not important.

Here are several facts:

1) Gaymenians did not "invent" the Georgian alphabet.

2) Gaymenians eat Turkish food, use Turkish words in their language, play Turkish music and instruments, and then they say Turks stole from us.

2) Gaymenians are not true Christians. Their religion is grigoryans, which has it's roots in Persia. Christianity since the year 301 is a complete BS. Even if, I repeat, even if gaymenians were Christians back then, you can say the same about the modern day armenian. Because armenia did not exist prior to 1918. There was no such state or kingdom called armenia in the human history. The modern day armenia, is in fact ancient Azerbaijani Khanate of Iravan and Zangazur. The population of armenian consisted mainl of Turkics (80%) until World War I. This is a proven fact and there are many documents confirming this. From Vatican to Moscow. Just do a little research.

Since: Jun 12

Brussels, Belgium

#156 Jun 30, 2012
;D

Armenians are Azeris hahahahahaha
Armenians use Turkish music , food ,...
hahahahah

Armenians are not Christians hahahaha
Armenia did not exist before 1918 hahahaha

hahahahahahahahaha

You made my day !

Since: Sep 09

ISTANBUL

#157 Jun 30, 2012
Neutrall wrote:
<quoted text>He has an idea of who he might be but can not paint it, so he paints toilets, not very well unfortunately..
Turkey offers $20 mln aid to open Armenian archives

Turkey offered to give $20 million aid to the classification and opening of the Armenian archives in the U.S. city of Boston, which he said, included "very important" documents regarding the incidents of 1915, a high level Turkish official told Hurriyet daily.

Head of Turkey's state-funded Turkish Historical Society (TTK) Yusuf Halacoglu said the Armenians do not want to have the archives opened because such efforts will start a real debate over the genocide claims. Nabi Sensoy, the Turkish Ambassador in Washington D.C., also reiterated Turkey's willigness to open its archives.

Halacoglu said that the Armenian archives in Boston included very important documents regarding both the 500,000 Armenians who currently live in Turkey, and the 1915 incidents.

"The (Armenians) had said 'We don't have money to categorize the archives, and therefore we cannot open them'. I frankly told them 'We can give you the money needed and open the archives'. But they did not respond to my offer," Halacoglu was quoted by Hurriyet as saying on Tuesday.

Armenia, with the backing of the diaspora, claims up to 1.5 million of their kin were slaughtered in orchestrated killings in 1915. The Armenian diaspora has lately increased its organized activities throughout the world for the acknowledgment of their unfounded allegations in regard to the incidents of 1915 as "genocide" by national and local parliaments.

Turkey rejects the claims, saying that 300,000 Armenians along with at least as many Turks died in civil strife that emerged when the Armenians took up arms for independence in eastern Anatolia. Ankara's attempts to resolve the issue has not so far get a concrete response from Yerevan.

Halacoglu said he also presented his proposal to two Armenian historians, Ara Sarfian and Hilmar Kaiser, adding he heard no word back, and noted that the opening of the archives in Boston would launch a real debate on the issue. "This would directly open a debate over the genocide claims. Armenians are aware of this and therefore they are doing their best not to sit at the table," he added.

In 2005, Turkey officially proposed the establishment of a joint commission comprised of historians and other experts from both sides to study the events of 1915, utilizing not only Turkish and Armenian archives, but also those of relevant third-party countries and to share their findings with the public. Armenia has not responded positively to this initiative, as yet.

Sensoy called on Armenians not to raise children with animosity, in his speech at a meeting hosted by the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies on "the Future of Turkey-U.S. Strategic Partnership", the Anatolian Agency reported on Tuesday.

"We should not raise our children with animosity. I grew up together with many Turkish citizens of Armenian descent. It was one of our Armenian neighbors who cried and mourned most when I lost my father. Enmity does not lead us anywhere," he said.

Sensoy reminded that Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan had called on Armenians to form a joint committee of historians to unveil the truth.

"Turkey opened its archives. Armenians should do the same. We expect politicians in the United States and in other countries to let historians deal with past events," Sensoy said.

Sensoy denied accusations that Turkey imposed an economic embargo on Armenia, saying Turkey was the fifth biggest economic partner of Armenia and number of weekly flights between Turkey and Armenia reached four.
GrandPa

Morelia, Mexico

#158 Jun 30, 2012
OguzTolga wrote:
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Turkey offers $20 mln aid to open Armenian archives
Turkey offered to give $20 million aid to the classification and opening of the Armenian archives in the U.S. city of Boston, which he said, included "very important" documents regarding the incidents of 1915, a high level Turkish official told Hurriyet daily.
Head of Turkey's state-funded Turkish Historical Society (TTK) Yusuf Halacoglu said the Armenians do not want to have the archives opened because such efforts will start a real debate over the genocide claims. Nabi Sensoy, the Turkish Ambassador in Washington D.C., also reiterated Turkey's willigness to open its archives.
Halacoglu said that the Armenian archives in Boston included very important documents regarding both the 500,000 Armenians who currently live in Turkey, and the 1915 incidents.
"The (Armenians) had said 'We don't have money to categorize the archives, and therefore we cannot open them'. I frankly told them 'We can give you the money needed and open the archives'. But they did not respond to my offer," Halacoglu was quoted by Hurriyet as saying on Tuesday.
Armenia, with the backing of the diaspora, claims up to 1.5 million of their kin were slaughtered in orchestrated killings in 1915. The Armenian diaspora has lately increased its organized activities throughout the world for the acknowledgment of their unfounded allegations in regard to the incidents of 1915 as "genocide" by national and local parliaments.
Turkey rejects the claims, saying that 300,000 Armenians along with at least as many Turks died in civil strife that emerged when the Armenians took up arms for independence in eastern Anatolia. Ankara's attempts to resolve the issue has not so far get a concrete response from Yerevan.
Halacoglu said he also presented his proposal to two Armenian historians, Ara Sarfian and Hilmar Kaiser, adding he heard no word back, and noted that the opening of the archives in Boston would launch a real debate on the issue. "This would directly open a debate over the genocide claims. Armenians are aware of this and therefore they are doing their best not to sit at the table," he added.
In 2005, Turkey officially proposed the establishment of a joint commission comprised of historians and other experts from both sides to study the events of 1915, utilizing not only Turkish and Armenian archives, but also those of relevant third-party countries and to share their findings with the public. Armenia has not responded positively to this initiative, as yet.
Sensoy called on Armenians not to raise children with animosity, in his speech at a meeting hosted by the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies on "the Future of Turkey-U.S. Strategic Partnership", the Anatolian Agency reported on Tuesday.
"We should not raise our children with animosity. I grew up together with many Turkish citizens of Armenian descent. It was one of our Armenian neighbors who cried and mourned most when I lost my father. Enmity does not lead us anywhere," he said.
Sensoy reminded that Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan had called on Armenians to form a joint committee of historians to unveil the truth.
"Turkey opened its archives. Armenians should do the same. We expect politicians in the United States and in other countries to let historians deal with past events," Sensoy said.
Sensoy denied accusations that Turkey imposed an economic embargo on Armenia, saying Turkey was the fifth biggest economic partner of Armenia and number of weekly flights between Turkey and Armenia reached four.
Keep fooling yourself, because Armenian Archives are open, use your @0 M to properly educate your Brainwashed population.
AriArmen

Dubino, Italy

#159 Jun 30, 2012
OguzTolga wrote:
<quoted text>
Turkey offers $20 mln aid to open Armenian archives
Turkey offered to give $20 million aid to the classification and opening of the Armenian archives in the U.S. city of Boston, which he said, included "very important" documents regarding the incidents of 1915, a high level Turkish official told Hurriyet daily.
Head of Turkey's state-funded Turkish Historical Society (TTK) Yusuf Halacoglu said the Armenians do not want to have the archives opened because such efforts will start a real debate over the genocide claims. Nabi Sensoy, the Turkish Ambassador in Washington D.C., also reiterated Turkey's willigness to open its archives.
Halacoglu said that the Armenian archives in Boston included very important documents regarding both the 500,000 Armenians who currently live in Turkey, and the 1915 incidents.
"The (Armenians) had said 'We don't have money to categorize the archives, and therefore we cannot open them'. I frankly told them 'We can give you the money needed and open the archives'. But they did not respond to my offer," Halacoglu was quoted by Hurriyet as saying on Tuesday.
Armenia, with the backing of the diaspora, claims up to 1.5 million of their kin were slaughtered in orchestrated killings in 1915. The Armenian diaspora has lately increased its organized activities throughout the world for the acknowledgment of their unfounded allegations in regard to the incidents of 1915 as "genocide" by national and local parliaments.
Turkey rejects the claims, saying that 300,000 Armenians along with at least as many Turks died in civil strife that emerged when the Armenians took up arms for independence in eastern Anatolia. Ankara's attempts to resolve the issue has not so far get a concrete response from Yerevan.
Halacoglu said he also presented his proposal to two Armenian historians, Ara Sarfian and Hilmar Kaiser, adding he heard no word back, and noted that the opening of the archives in Boston would launch a real debate on the issue. "This would directly open a debate over the genocide claims. Armenians are aware of this and therefore they are doing their best not to sit at the table," he added.
In 2005, Turkey officially proposed the establishment of a joint commission comprised of historians and other experts from both sides to study the events of 1915, utilizing not only Turkish and Armenian archives, but also those of relevant third-party countries and to share their findings with the public. Armenia has not responded positively to this initiative, as yet.
Sensoy called on Armenians not to raise children with animosity, in his speech at a meeting hosted by the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies on "the Future of Turkey-U.S. Strategic Partnership", the Anatolian Agency reported on Tuesday.
"We should not raise our children with animosity. I grew up together with many Turkish citizens of Armenian descent. It was one of our Armenian neighbors who cried and mourned most when I lost my father. Enmity does not lead us anywhere," he said.
Sensoy reminded that Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan had called on Armenians to form a joint committee of historians to unveil the truth.
"Turkey opened its archives. Armenians should do the same. We expect politicians in the United States and in other countries to let historians deal with past events," Sensoy said.
Sensoy denied accusations that Turkey imposed an economic embargo on Armenia, saying Turkey was the fifth biggest economic partner of Armenia and number of weekly flights between Turkey and Armenia reached four.
Old stuff (2011) of yours !!!

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