White House will have “more to say” on Armenian Genocide

White House will have “more to say” on Armenian Genocide

PanARMENIAN.Net - The White House will have “more to say” on the topic of the recognition of the Armenian Genocide on Saturday, April 24, spokesperson Jen Psaki has said, according to the Voice of America.

“But I don't have anything to get ahead of that at this point in time,” Psaki added.

Although Psaki declined to comment on President Joe Biden's possible designation of the slaughter of 1.5 million Armenians as Genocide, several officials familiar with the matter did say that the American leader is in fact going to recognize the Genocide.

Biden’s presidential campaign said the month before the November election that he would “recognize the Armenian genocide and make universal human rights a top priority for his administration so that such a tragedy can never again occur.”

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