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Countries & Organizations which have acknowledged or Recognized the Armenian Genocide

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  • Countries & Organizations which have acknowledged or Recognized the Armenian Genocide

    Below is a brief list of those Countries and Organizations which have acknowledged or recognized the Armenian Genocide.

    - Netherlands, House of Representatives, Resolution - December 21, 2004
    - Slovakia, National Assembly, Resolution - November 30, 2004
    - Canada, House of Commons, Resolution - April 21, 2004
    - Argentina, Senate, Declaration - March 31, 2004
    - Uruguay, Law - March 26, 2004
    - Argentina, Draft Law - March 18, 2004
    - Switzerland (Helvetic Confederation), National Council, Resolution - December 16, 2003
    - Argentina, Senate, Resolution - August 20, 2003
    - Canada, Senate, Resolution - June 13, 2002
    - Common Declaration of His Holiness John Paul II and His Holiness Karekin II at Holy Etchmiadzin, Republic of Armenia - September 27, 2001
    - Prayer of John Paul II, Memorial of Tzitzernagaberd - September 26, 2001
    - Council of Europe, Parliamentary Assembly, Declaration - April 24, 2001
    - France, Law - January 29, 2001
    - Italy, Chamber of Deputies, Resolution - November 16, 2000
    - European Parliament, Resolution - November 15, 2000
    - France, Senate, Draft Law - November 7, 2000
    - Lebanon, Parliament, Resolution - May 11, 2000
    - Sweden, Parliament, Report - March 29, 2000
    - France, National Assembly, Draft Law - May 28, 1998
    - Council of Europe, Parliamentary Assembly, Declaration - April 24, 1998
    - Belgium, Senate, Resolution - March 26, 1998
    - Lebanon, Chamber of Deputies, Resolution - April 3, 1997
    - U.S., House of Representatives, Resolution 3540 - June 11, 1996
    - Greece (Hellenic Republic), Parliament, Resolution - April 25, 1996
    - Russia, Duma, Resolution - April 14, 1995
    - Argentina, Senate, Resolution - May 5, 1993
    - European Parliament, Resolution - June 18, 1987
    - U.S., House of Representatives, Joint Resolution 247 - September 12, 1984
    - Cyprus, House of Representatives, Resolution - April 29, 1982
    - U.S., House of Representatives, Joint Resolution 148 - April 9, 1975
    - Uruguay
    , Senate and House of Representatives, Resolution - April 20, 1965
    - U.S., Senate, Resolution 359 - May 11, 1920
    - U.S., Congress, An Act to Incorporate Near East Relief - August 6, 1919
    - U.S., Senate, Concurrent Resolution 12 - February 9, 1916
    - France, Great Britain, and Russia, Joint Declaration - May 24, 1915

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