IGDIR RESIDENTS PROTEST AGAINST SARGSYAN’S STATEMENT
Aug 1, 2011
Residents of Igdir province of Turkey hold an action near Alican
frontier post between Turkey and Armenia in a protest against the
Armenian president Serzh Sargsyan’s latest statement. The protest
action was organized by the local public organizations, APA reports.
The protesters chanted “Murderer Sargsyan” and burned Armenian
leader’s photos. One of the organizers Goksal Gulbey said with his
latest statement, Sargsyan once more proved his hostility against
Turks. “We call on Sargsyan to apologize before the Turkish people”.
Gulbey said they filed lawsuit against Sargsyan at the European
Court of Human Rights for genocide committed against Azerbaijanis
Recently Armenian president acknowledged that they occupied Nagorno
Karabakh and urged the next generations to occupy eastern Turkey.
From: Emil Lazarian | Ararat NewsPress