Turkey wants to achieve the genocide of the Armenians

Exactly 100 years ago, in September 1920, Turkey attacked the young Republic of Armenia, thus violating the Treaty of Sèvres which it had signed a month earlier, on August 10, 1920.

 

Turkey's word has no value: whether it is the Treaty of Sèvres or the NATO pact, only the nationalist ideology of pan-Turkism counts. The only constant which forever binds the Ottoman Empire and modern Turkey is this determination to annihilate the Armenians.

 

History repeats itself, and Europe is still weak as soon as the Turks call to shed the blood of Eastern Christians.

 

 

 

 


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