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National Senate of Argentina adopts resolution condemning Armenian Genocide

National Senate of Argentina adopts resolution condemning Armenian Genocide

PanARMENIAN.Net - On the eve of the 96th anniversary of the Genocide, the National Senate of Argentina adopted a resolution condemning the Armenian Genocide in Ottoman Empire.

The National Senate also confirmed its decision to institute a day of tolerance and respect between the nations in commemoration of Genocide victims.

The resolution also condemns all forms of human rights violations of people, urging not to allow crimes against humanity to go unpunished, Armenian Foreign Ministry press service reported.

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