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Venezuela Parliament Adopts Armenian Genocide Resolution

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  • Venezuela Parliament Adopts Armenian Genocide Resolution

    Venezuela parliament adopts Armenian Genocide resolution

    20.07.2005 17:40

    YEREVAN (YERKIR) - The Parliament of Venezuela adopted a resolution
    on July 14 recognizing the Armenian Genocide, introduced by Parliament
    Member Victor Hugo Morales and lawyer Janet Madris.

    Archbishop Komitas Ohanian and Grigor Postalian represented Venezuela's
    Armenian community at the Parliament session. The resolution also
    calls on the European Union to deny Turkey a European Union membership
    unless and until that country recognized the Armenian Genocide.

    The Cilicia Catholicosate and Catholicos Aram I have greatly
    contributed to the years-long effort that crowned with success on
    July 14.
    What if I find someone else when looking for you? My soul shivers as the idea invades my mind.

  • #2
    Just read this. I can imagine the reportings tomorrow. "Turkey is angry with the new Venezuelan resolution on the so-called Armenian Genocide and threatens to cut off economic ties and business." Pish-posh!


    • #3
      Originally posted by TomServo
      Just read this. I can imagine the reportings tomorrow. "Turkey is angry with the new Venezuelan resolution on the so-called Armenian Genocide and threatens to cut off economic ties and business." Pish-posh!
      Yeah and then they will deliver the charges of Venezuelan genocide against mexicans or some such...


      • #4
        Bravo to Hugo Chavez.

        Castro is next.
        We Dont Forget - 24 April 1915

        The Only Thing Necessary For The Triumph Of Evil
        Is For Good Men To Do Nothing

        NO PASARAN


        • #5
          Originally posted by TomServo
          Just read this. I can imagine the reportings tomorrow. "Turkey is angry with the new Venezuelan resolution on the so-called Armenian Genocide and threatens to cut off economic ties and business." Pish-posh!
          And they'll probably get accused of anti-semitism.

          Anti-Semitism Worldwide 1999/2000


          "While the last few years have been characterized by a low level of anti-Semitic violence, there has been a creeping process of legitimizing anti-Jewish stereotypes in Italy, provoked by public discourse over Jewish issues. The attempt to commemorate the suffering of other persecuted groups testifies to this trend."


          • #6
            Originally posted by Red Brigade
            Bravo to Hugo Chavez.

            Castro is next.

            Your post just reminded wonder why the US and the Mossad tried to get rid of this guy.
            Armenian, isn't one account enough for you?


            • #7
              29 Jul 05


              Turkish parliament Speaker Bulent Arinc sent a letter to Venezuelan
              National Assembly (NA) President (?Francisco Jose Ameliach) on Friday
              [29 July] and condemned a decision approved by the Venezuelan NA about
              so-called Armenian genocide. In his letter Arinc expressed his regret
              over approval of the decision unilaterally describing the tragic
              events between Turkish and Armenian peoples in 1915 as genocide.

              "The decision includes distorted and wrongful information about the
              1915 events. Also, there is a meaningless statement in the decision on
              Turkey's EU membership process. Using historical events for political
              purposes is totally unacceptable," he said.

              Arinc stressed, "National parliaments should carry out efforts to
              develop friendly relations between peoples, instead of making
              decisions about history. It is the duty of historians to deal with
              such subjects."

              "The decision of the Venezuelan NA contradicts with our efforts to
              normalize the bilateral relations. I hope that the Venezuelan NA
              President (?Ameliach) will take action to correct such a mistake as
              soon as possible," he added.


              • #8
                There you go... they released their infamous statement once again!
                I used to be schizophrenic, but we're ok now...