The UN Should Not Be Complicit in Turkey's Rejection of History- Congressman
United States Congressman Frank Pallone called out the President of the United Nations General Assembly Abdulla Shahid for “capitulating to pressure from Turkey” and deleting his tweet on his visit to the Armenian Genocide Memorial in Yerevan.
“33 countries, including the United States, have formally recognized the Armenian genocide. The UN should not be complicit in Turkey's rejection of history. UNPGA Abdulla Shahid was wrong for deleting his tweet and capitulating to pressure from Turkey,” Pallone tweeted.
33 countries, including the United States, have formally recognized the Armenian genocide. The @UN should not be complicit in Turkey's rejection of history.@UN_PGA Abdulla Shahid was wrong for deleting his tweet and capitulating to pressure from Turkey.https://t.co/v5wJskaZmX— Rep. Frank Pallone (@FrankPallone) August 1, 2022
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