Argentinean Senate Unanimously Adopted a Law on Armenian Genocide

PanARMENIAN.Net - Argentinean Senate unanimously adopted a law, according to which April 24 will be marked as 24 "Day of action for the tolerance and the respect between the people" in Argentine. "By this unanimous vote, Argentina recognizes officially the reality of the Armenian Genocide committed by Ottoman Empire in 1915-1923, Jean Eckian, an independent French journalist told to the PanARMENIAN.Net correspondent. Present in the enclosure of the Senate during the vote, Armenian ambassador, S.E. Vladimir Karmirshalyan déclared: " I share the joy and the pride with present people, all Community and all Armenia. Argentina showed, once again, its devotion - has the Cause of the human rights and its serious comprehension of the aspirations of the Armenian people ". The law should be promulgated soon by the Argentinean president.
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