Polish parliament readying convention on Armenian Genocide

Polish parliament readying convention on Armenian Genocide

PanARMENIAN.Net - The Polish parliament is preparing a convention on the protection of national identity, particularly that of peoples that have been subjected to genocide on ethnic grounds, a top Foreign Ministry official, historian Christoph Jablonka said, according to Tert.am.

The historian said that Armenians, as well as other Christian nations were subjected to genocide in the Ottoman Empire, so Poland is going to raise the issue at an international level.

According to him, a historical tribunal will be created for recognizing the crimes against humanity.

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