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Armenian Ambassador To Uruguay: Fact Of Armenian Genocide Does Not Need Proof

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    PanArmenian News Network
    Aug 4 2005

    04.08.2005 03:33

    /PanARMENIAN.Net/ Foreign Relations Commission of the Uruguayan
    Parliament has again organized hearings of the issue of the Armenian
    Genocide. This time Armenian Ambassador to Uruguay Ara Ayvazyan was
    the main person reporting. In the course of the discussion he stated
    that �the fact of the Armenian Genocide does not need proof and the
    proposal is very dangerous and may turn a trap to Uruguay, which
    is known as the first country that has recognized and condemned the
    Armenian Genocide.� The Ambassador suggested that Uruguay join the call
    of different countries to Turkey to open the Armenian-Turkish border
    and establish diplomatic relations with Armenia. After the discussions
    MP Lilian Keshishian noted that the proposal of Armenia produced a
    good impression. �There is an arrangement available beforehand on
    the content of the statement,� she stated. During the debate the
    Uruguayan Parliament unanimously reaffirmed that the massacre of
    Armenians is a genocide. Deputy Uruguayan FM Belela Erera confirmed
    it at the meeting with the Armenian Ambassador. In the course of the
    discussion of the Armenian Genocide issue initiated at the instance of
    Turkish Ambassador Shorkru Tufan in the Uruguayan Parliament, Turkish
    PM Erdogan's proposal to form an international commission was spoken
    about. Turkey has asked Uruguay to take part in the commission work
    and promote �determination of the genocide actuality.� Ara Ayvazyan
    said he was concerned over the developments and made a proposal on a
    meeting with commission members. As the issue referred to Aremnia,
    the Ambassador proposed not making any public statements without
    acquaintance with Armenia's point of view. It should be reminded
    that Armenian President R. Kocharian officially turned down Turkish
    PM's proposal on the forming of a joint commission, suggesting to
    establish bilateral relations instead, reported RFE/RL.
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