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Turkish journalist calls to reconstruct Ani ahead of Genocide centenary

Turkish journalist calls to reconstruct Ani ahead of Genocide centenary

October 20
A Turkish journalist urges to keep the Armenian Genocide issue on top of the agenda ahead of its centenary in 2015, Tert.am said, citing Star. In an article published in the Turkish newspaper, Recep Güvelioğlu calls to create favorable working conditions for Armenian employment migrants in Turkey and reconstrt the ancient historical city of Ani. "Armenians regard Ani as a religious center. Ravaged for many years, Ani is on the border with Armenia. Like the Holy Cross Church of Akhtamar, Ani too, must be reconstructed within a short period with the involvement of international consultants and foreign development companies." "After the reconstruction, the town must provide visa-free access to Armenians," Güvelioğlu said.
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