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Turkey determined to clarify Armenian genocide claims - foreign minister

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    Turkey determined to clarify Armenian genocide claims - foreign minister

    Anatolia news agency
    4 Aug 05

    Ankara, 4 August: "We have been carrying out multi-dimensional works to
    reveal the truths about the Armenian issue," Turkish Foreign Minister
    and Deputy Prime Minister Abdullah Gul said on Thursday [4 August].

    In response to a question motion of Motherland Party (ANAP)
    parliamentarian Muhsin Kocyigit, Gul said, "both the Turkish Ministry
    of Foreign Affairs (MFA) and Turkish embassies have been carrying out
    multi-dimensional works to reveal the truths about the Armenian issue.

    We have published a number of books refuting the allegations
    of Armenians, and sent them to decision-making mechanisms,
    parliamentarians, academicians, journalists, universities,
    libraries and the other relevant institutions in the world through
    our embassies."

    "Also, books and articles of both Turkish and foreign academicians
    were distributed to the relevant circles. The MFA holds a series
    of seminars and conferences with the participation of Turkish and
    foreign scientists in countries where Armenian lobby is active,
    with the aim of informing public opinion," he said.

    Gul noted, "as a member of the Minsk Group of the Organization for
    Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) and as a regional actor
    in southern Caucasia, Turkey has been making active contributions to
    efforts to resolve the Upper Karabakh dispute between Azerbaijan and
    Armenia from the very beginning of the dispute."

    "Turkey closely monitors developments about Azerbaijani refugees
    who were forced to leave their homes due to the occupation of Upper
    Karabakh by Armenia. In addition to our aid, we pursue an active
    policy in order to draw attention of the international community to
    the issue," he said.

    [Passage omitted]
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