Trump again declines to describe mass killings of Armenians as genocide

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"Our gratitude to dozen of countries that have recognized the Armenian Genocide".

On the commemoration of the 1915 events of World War I, President Erdogan says Turkey will continue to find solutions to the problems of the country's ethnic Armenian citizens.


"A protocol to create a historical commision to look into the Armenian issue from 1915", said Gunay Evinch, of the Turkish-American National Steering Committee.

Now Armenia is among the forerunners of the struggle against genocides.

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"It's been more than a century since the Ottoman Empire began the Armenian Genocide".

"Besides all these points, we think it is in line with common sense that the statement made by the USA president remained within global legal norms and did not refer to baseless genocide allegations", it added.

President Ronald Reagan reaffirmed the Armenian Genocide in 1981.

Trump issued a statement for Armenian Remembrance Day, which marks the anniversary of Meds Yeghern, when 1.5 million Armenians were deported, massacred or marched to their deaths by Ottoman forces.

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The president offered condolences to the families of Ottoman Armenians who lost their lives during the 1915 events.

The statement also called on the Armenian community to not allow those "who are trying to ignite hatred and hostility by distorting [our] shared past", Daily Sabah reported. We note with deep respect the resilience of the Armenian people, so many of whom built new lives in the United States and have made countless contributions to our country.

"As we honor the memory of those who suffered, we also reflect on our commitment to ensure that such atrocities are not repeated", he added.

"We reject the inaccurate expressions and the subjective interpretation of history in the written statement by Mr. Donald Trump, President of the U.S., released on 24 April 2018 regarding the events of 1915", the statement said.

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