ARNOLD RUUTEL MARKED IMPORTANCE OF REVERING ARMENIAN GENOCIDE VICTIMS MEMORY

PanARMENIAN.Net - Estonian President Arnold Ruutel marked the importance of the tradition "when Armenian people from generation to generation remember the Genocide victims not to let the tragedy happen again". On Monday he put a wreath to the monument to the victims of the Armenian Genocide in Ottoman Turkey in 1915. He also planted a fir on the alley laid in remembrance of the Genocide victims.
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