Davutoglu’s visit to Yerevan “staged show,” Armenian MP says

Davutoglu’s visit to Yerevan “staged show,” Armenian MP says

PanARMENIAN.Net - Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu’s visit to Yerevan was a “staged show” meant to stress equality between the two countries, an Armenian MP said.

According to Mkrtich Minasyan, to become a civilized country Turkey has to face the truth.

MP Aragats Akhoyan, in turn, noted that Davutoglu travelled to Yerevan to explore the political situation.

“Turkey has serious issues. On one hand, it declares the “zero problems” policy with the neighbors, on the other hand, there’s no neighboring state that Turkey has no problems with,” the MP said.

The parliamentarian urged Turkey to recognize the Armenian Genocide, start a legal case on an international level and declassify archives, Aysor.am reported.

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