Armenian Foreign Minister: There Could Be No Holocaust If the Armenian Genocide Was Recognized in Time
Condemning the Armenian Genocide still in time, Jews could be saved. People in Israel understand it gradually, Armenian Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian stated in an interview with Public TV of Israel, ArmeniaSputnik reports.
Armenian Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian did not miss the opportunity to visit the Yad Vashem memorial during his visit to Israel.
Two memorials, the Jerusalem Yad Vashem and the Yerevan Tsitsernakaberd, call on Armenians and Jews to join forces in the fight against crimes against humanity. Moreover, many historians and jurists consider that the Holocaust could not have existed if the Armenian Genocide were recognized and condemned in time, the minister said.
"Therefore, we expect that Israel will officially recognize the Armenian Genocide. We see that more and more people expressing public opinion in Israel are in favor of this," Nalbandian said.
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