Greek President: genocide perpetrators should acknowledge the atrocity and apologize

PanARMENIAN.Net - Greek President Karolos Papoulias accompanied by Armenian Foreign Minister Vartan Oskanian visited Tsitsernakaberd to lay a wreath to the Memorial to the Armenian Genocide victims. Afterwards, he planted a fir at the Memory Alley and visited the Genocide Museum.



"The Armenian Genocide is a black page in the history of humanity and its perpetrators should acknowledge the atrocity, assume responsibility and apologize," Mr Papoulias wrote in the Commemoration Book.



Museum director Hayk Demoyan handed the Greek President a Memorable Medal and familiarized him with the exposition.
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