We Will Enter the Spring of 2018 Without Armenian-Turkish Protocols: Nalbandian
Armenia will declare the Protocols null and void since they continuously lacked any positive progress towards their implementation and we will enter the spring of 2018 without those Protocols, Edward Nalbandian Minister of Foreign Affairs of Armenia declared during his speech in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Greece, MFA press service reports.
’’I am sure you also should be interested in our views with regard to the Armenian-Turkish relations. As you know it was the initiative of the President of Armenia to start the normalization process with Turkey that resulted in the conclusion of the Zürich protocols in October 2009. However, up to now, those documents have not been ratified, since Turkey came up with groundless preconditions that run counter to the letter and spirit of the Protocols. These documents can not be held hostage forever and that is why the President of Armenia declared in September from the rostrum of the UN General Assembly that Armenia will declare the Protocols null and void since they continuously lacked any positive progress towards their implementation and we will enter the spring of 2018 without those Protocols’’, said Nalbandyan.
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