‘Forgive Us, Armenians’ campaign breaks taboo for Armenian Genocide term in Turkey

PanARMENIAN.Net - The taboo for the Armenian Genocide term has broken in Turkey thanks to ‘Forgive Us, Armenians’ campaign initiated by the Turkish intellectual elite, according to Turkish political analyst.

As Ali Bayramoglu told a news conference in Yerevan, “the campaign helped overcome the Genocide-related fear prevalent in the Turkish society.”

“We seek recognition of the Armenian Genocide in Turkey as well as the establishment of neighborly relations between the two countries,” Turkish analyst said, adding that the governmental policy must be influenced by the society.

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