Turks visit Armenian Genocide Museum

Turks visit Armenian Genocide Museum

PanARMENIAN.Net - Dozens of Turkish civilians visited Armenia in the framework of Ani Dialogue program initiated by the South Caucasus and Turkey offices of the Heinrich Boll Foundation in cooperation with the Yerevan-based Caucasus Institute.

“A wide range of issues, including media and cultural problems were discussed. The condition of Armenian monuments in Turkey and Turkish media coverage of events taking place in Armenia were also in the focus. The guests, who were mostly representatives of Heinrich Boll Foundation and Hrant Dink Foundation, visited the Armenian Genocide Museum Institute and took a trip to the Armenian-Turkish border near Gyumri,” Caucasus Institute director Alexander Iskandaryan told a PanARMENIAN.Net reporter.

Ani Dialogue program is aimed to help people meet, communicate, exchange opinions irrespective of whether borders are closed or open.

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