Uruguay's FM makes note in Armenian Genocide memory book

Uruguay's FM makes note in Armenian Genocide memory book

PanARMENIAN.Net - In the framework of his visit to Yerevan, Uruguay's Foreign Minister visited the Armenian Genocide Memorial complex and planted a fir on the Memory Alley.

Luis Almagro further visited the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute, where he was shown a document on Uruguay's recognition of this crime against humanity. He left a note in the memory book afterwards, PanARMENIAN.Net correspondent reported from the ground.

It is noteworthy that Uruguay was the first country to have officially recognized the Armenian Genocide in 1965.

Uruguay's top diplomat was accompanied by head of Armenian Cause Office, ARF Dashnaktsutyun representative Kiro Manoyan and MP from ARFD Armen Rustamyan.

As a part of his visit to Armenia, he is scheduled to meet with Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan, Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian and Catholicos of all Armenians His Holiness Karekin II.

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