SAN-PAULO BRAZILIAN STATE RECOGNIZED ARMENIAN GENOCIDE IN OTTOMAN TURKEY IN 1915

PanARMENIAN.Net - The Legislative Assembly of the largest Brazilian state - San-Paulo - has passed a law recognizing April 24 "a Commemoration Day of the 1.5 million victims of the Armenian Genocide in 1915." Thus, deputies edited the title of the resolution on "Day of Solidarity with the Armenian people" passed by them in 1988. As reported by the press service of the Armenian foreign ministry, the document grounding the adoption of the law says by that the parliament of the state pays tribute to the memory of the 1.5 million Armenians, who were deported from the place of their residence and coolly and barbarously annihilated by the Turkish military during the resettlement. The law, per se recognizing the Armenian Genocide in the Ottoman Turkey, was passed by the San-Paulo parliament unanimously.
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