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Erdogan: Baseless Decisions On So-called Armenian Genocide Are Against Human Rights

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  • Erdogan: Baseless Decisions On So-called Armenian Genocide Are Against Human Rights

    Erdogan: Baseless Decisions On So-called Armenian Genocide Are Against Human Rights And Supremacy Of Law

    Turkish Press
    Published: 5/18/2005

    WARSAW (AA) - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said
    regarding so-called Armenian genocide claims, "decisions of
    uninterested parliaments which were made upon baseless lobbying
    activities and lack any proof are wrong in terms of human rights and
    supremacy of law."

    Erdogan took the floor at the third plenary session on "European
    Architecture" during 3rd Summit of Council of Europe (COE) Heads of
    State and Government in Poland on Tuesday.

    Assessing so-called Armenian genocide allegations, Erdogan said, "we
    have set an action plan regarding the incidents happened during Ottoman
    Empire period in 1915. Turkish ruling and opposition parties clearly
    stated that decisions of related or uninterested parliaments on the
    issue without any proof will not have positive consequences." "Turkey
    has opened all of its archives. More than 1 million documents were
    classified so far. We are also opening our military archives. Armenia
    shall open its all archives too. After all archives are opened,
    historians, jurists and political scientists shall convene and work
    on these archives and then present their studies to politicians. If a
    decision is to be taken, it should be taken by politicians. Decisions
    of uninterested parliaments made upon baseless lobbying activities
    and lack any proof are wrong in terms of human rights and supremacy
    of law," he noted.


    -COUNCIL OF EUROPE-

    Erdogan said, "enlargement process in the EU which is also covering
    a large part of COE should not create radical changes in principles
    of COE. On the contrary, COE, which unites the whole of Europe on
    common principles, should be a guide in basic areas and it should
    prevent any division in Europe." Erdogan noted, "we expect human
    rights agency which will be established soon to develop cooperation
    between COE and the EU." Erdogan said, "Turkey supports Poland's
    suggestion to assign Jean-Claude Juncker, Premier of Luxembourg,
    to pursue a study on future relations between EU and COE."
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