When Time Comes Georgia Will Do Its Best for Armenian Genocide Recognition

PanARMENIAN.Net - Georgia sympathizes with the Armenian people who survived the tragedy in 1915 that resulted in such great number of victims, Georgian Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Armenia Revaz Gachechiladze told PanARMENIAN.Net reporter. In his words, the recognition of the events as genocide is the prerogative of the Georgian parliament and government. "We sympathize with the sister nation but taking decisions of the kind we should take into account the international situation. When the time comes Georgia will do everything within the limits of the possible for the recognition of the Armenian Genocide by the international community including Georgia," Gachechiladze noted.
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