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Fédération des amitiés Franco-etrangères , « France - Arménie ».

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    Campaign urging Ankara to acknowledge Armenian Genocide starts in France
    25.04.2008 17:44 GMT+04:00
    /PanARMENIAN.Net/ Paris Mayor Bertrand Delanoe amid 100 thousand of French paid a homage to the Armenian Genocide victims and reaffirmed his urge for Turkey’s acknowledgement, independent French journalist Jean Eckian told PanARMENIAN.Net

    For this exceptional occasion, three Genocide survivors, respectively 94, 100 and 103 years old were invited to take part in the event.

    Turkish journalist Ali Ertem (currently residing in Germany) was also resent at the site. Decrying Turkey for its negationism, he announced start of a campaign calling on French Turks to urge Turkey to recognize the Armenian Genocide. The same initiative in Germany gathered more than 15 000 signatures, according to him.

    Alexis Govcyian, chairman of the Coordination Council of the Armenian Organizations of France, for its part, challenged the Turkish government by inviting it to recognize immediately and "to assume all consequences of the Genocide".

    But, on this painful day for all Armenians throughout the globe, Turkish hackers once again wanted to point out their virulent hatred by pirating the web site. Curiously, their inscription refers to the Kurdish PKK.

    It says, "Pkk/kadek/hpg is the world’s most bloody and brutal terrorism group. They killed approximately 35.000 innocent people without any cruel till now. All the nations and states must know which are supporting these bloody and brutal terrorism groups, supporting terrorism will brings suffer and death. We are always be a side of peace but we have always some words to say these terrorists "which" wants to separate us and kill innocent people."

    On April 27, an initiative of Collectif VAN (Armenian Vigilance against the negationism) will pay homage to the victims of Genocides of Armenians, Jews, Tutsi and that of Darfur. This demonstration will be organized in front of the Cathedral Notre-Dame de Paris with a slogan "The Genocides look at you."
    General Antranik (1865-1927): “I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.”