Cordoba State of Argentina Recognized Armenian Genocide
September 8, 2006 - 19:25 AMTPanARMENIAN.Net - September 6 the Parliament of the Argentinean State of Cordoba passed a bill, according to which April 24 will be marked as the Day of Commemoration of the Armenian Genocide Victims, reported the RA MFA press office. The author of the document, MP Alexandro Vigo, says that the "atrocities committed against the Armenian people by the Ottoman Empire Government during the World War I and after it are nothing else but a Genocide." A corresponding law will come into effect upon approval by the Governor of the state within ten days. The bill also provides for introduction of the Armenian Genocide course in the school curriculum.
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