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Azerbaijanis in Georgia expressed support for Turkish people in so-called "Armenian Genocide" - PHOTOS

22 April 2010 [17:07] - TODAY.AZ
Representatives of the Congress of Azerbaijanis in Georgia (CAG) today have held a rally in support of the Turkish people in front of the Turkish Embassy in Tbilisi.

Chairman of CAG Ali Babayev gave a letter of support of the Turkish people in the issue of the so-called "Armenian Genocide" on behalf of Azerbaijanis.

"We, the Azerbaijanis in Georgia, are against the recognition of a fictional "Armenian Genocide", - the letter says.

Participants of the demonstration voiced the slogan "Azerbaijan-Turkey: one nation, two states".

The Armenians in Georgia plan to hold a protest April 24 in Tbilisi in support of the recognition of a fictional "genocide" in front of the Turkish Embassy, Babayev told Trend.

"Azerbaijanis in Georgia are ready to arrange another protest in support of Turkey on the same day," - Babayev said.

The Armenian community of Georgia requires that the country's parliament recognizes the "Armenian genocide". In connection with this, the community addressed an official letter to Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili, the Chairman of the Georgian Parliament David Bakradze, by name to each member of parliament, as well as to the leaders of several political parties.


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