Armenian court to hear Genocide denial case in October

PanARMENIAN.Net - Ararat Center for Strategic Research has filed a suit against Caucasus Institute on accusation of Armenian Genocide denial.

"In 2008, Caucasus Institute published "Caucasus neighborhood: Turkey and South Caucasus" collection, which included TESEV expert Aybars Gorgulu's "Armenian-Turkish relations: An Eternal Deadlock?" In his report, Gorgulu used the term Genocide in quotation marks for 34 times," said Armen Ayvazyan, director of Ararat Center.

Ararat Center urged a disclaimer for disputable information published by Caucasus Institute. It also called to exclude use of the term Armenian Genocide in quotes.

The initial court session is due in mid-October.
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