PanARMENIAN.Net - The acknowledgement of the Armenian Genocide honors Poland, Archimandrite of Krakow Monastery Tadeush Isahakian-Zalezski told PanARMENIAN.Net correspondent. The Polish Sejm has acknowledged the Armenian Genocide in spite of the claims of the Turkish Embassy in Poland and the letter of Deputy Foreign Minister of Poland Jan Truschchinski written last year and urging not to convey a public response to the establishment of a khachkar (cross-stone) in Krakow, as well as the scandalous behavior of some Polish politicians. In the words of Tadeush Isahakian-Zalezski, the day of acknowledgement of the Armenian Genocide by the Polish Sejm is a great day for Armenians of Poland, as well as all those, who reserve themselves the right to come to know the real truth.
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