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Will Kocharian And Erdogan Meet In Warsaw?

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  • Will Kocharian And Erdogan Meet In Warsaw?

    WILL KOCHARIAN AND ERDOGAN MEET IN WARSAW?

    AZG Armenian Daily #080, 04/05/2005

    Armenia-Turkey

    'Nothing Has Been Arranged Yet' RA President's Speaker Says

    "Referring to "diplomatic sources," the Turkish Zaman informed in
    its May 1 issue that Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkish prime minister, is
    preparing "the second initiative," i.e. the meeting with RA President
    Robert Kocharian.

    Zaman wrote that, according to the information by the Staff of the
    Turkish PM, the tĂȘte-Ă -tĂȘte meeting of Erdogan and Kocharian
    is envisaged in Warsaw, where the CE Summit will be held on May
    15-16. But before that, Kocharian and Erdogan will participate in
    another international arrangement. The 60th Anniversary of Victory
    in World War II will be celebrated in Moscow on May 8-9.

    "The time and the place of the meeting haven~Rt been specified yet,
    but the opportunity of such a meeting will be created during the
    Summit. If Erdogan and Kocharian meet, they will discuss the statements
    on the genocide for the first time face to face," Zaman wrote.

    Victor Soghomonian, speaker of RA President, said in the interview
    to daily Azg that "nothing has been arranged yet."

    The Turkish newspaper emphasized that Ankara's diplomatic initiative
    in the "issue of the statements on genocide" began by the exchange
    of the letters the leaders of both countries addressed to each other.

    On April 10, Erdogan suggested Kocharian "to create a group of
    historians and other experts that would study the events and
    the developments of the past not only in the archives of Armenia
    and Turkey but also in the archives of third countries and would
    also inform the international community about the results of the
    research." RA President mentioned in his response that "we have not
    the right to give these plenipotentiaries to the historians. Thus,
    we suggest establishing natural relations between two countries
    without any preconditions."

    Before Kocharian received the letter, the Turkish press, as well as
    The New York Times wrote that RA President refused the suggestion of
    the Turkish PM, trying to make the impression that Armenia avoids to
    unfold a discussion.

    One shouldn~Rt exclude, that in this case also the Turkish press
    tries to speak of the probable meeting between Erdogan and Kocharian
    beforehand, so that they can blame Armenia for its unwillingness to
    meet if the meeting doesn~Rt take place.

    If the meeting in Warsaw takes place that shouldn~Rt be considered as
    something extraordinary, as Kocharian has already met the Turkish PM
    twice. On June 15, 1998, Kocharian met with Suleymam Demirel, former
    Turkish PM in Yalta. The second meeting took place on November 17,
    1999, within the framework of the OSCE Istanbul Summit. RA President
    calls this meeting a bilateral "display of good will."

    By Tatoul Hakobian
    [url]http://www.ArmenianAncestry.com[/url] - [COLOR="Red"]Armenian[/COLOR] [COLOR="Blue"]Genealogy[/COLOR] [COLOR="Orange"]Forum[/COLOR]
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