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Yushenko Is Against Remembering Armenian Genocide In Crimea

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    AZG Armenian Daily #118, 28/06/2005

    Armenian Genocide


    WAC Condemns Kiev Authorities

    Chairman of the World Armenian Congress, Ara Abrahamian, condemned
    Ukrainian authorities in Kiev who opposed the decision of the Crimean
    parliament to hold remembrance day of the Armenian Genocide in
    1915. Abrahamian said that Kiev's negative response to the Crimean
    parliament to remember the Armenian Genocide reveals immaturity of
    the Ukrainian authorities and shows that the country is not ready to
    join the democratic states.

    The Supreme Rada of Crimea, urged by head of the Russian Congress of
    Crimea Sergey Shuvaynikov, declared April 24 to be the remembrance
    day of the Armenian Genocide. The Ukrainian authorities have not been
    making their stance known for 1 month.

    In an interview to daily Azg Muscovite political analyst
    Andranik Mihranian indicated 2 moments explaining Kiev's position:
    President Yushenko paid an official visit to Ankara and the Turkish
    influence here is obvious, secondly, there is the Azeri factor as
    Ukraine is largely dependent on Azerbaijan as regards to energy
    carriers. Mihranian reminded of the United States' example: more
    than 3 dozens of US states have recognized the Armenian Genocide
    but the executive power of the country does not interfere and try to
    apply pressure.