TURKEY-ARMENIA: THE POINT REACHEDÖmer Engin LÜTEM, Retired Ambassador - 21 October 2009 - AVIM - www.avim.org.tr
Following President Gül’s short visit to Yerevan last year to watch the Football Match between the two countries’ national teams, the negotiations for the normalization of relations and cooperation between the two countries have fastened. About a year later the sides have signed on these matters the two protocols on October 10th in Zurich. Armenia President Serje Sarkisyan coming to Bursa four days later for the return Football Match has been a sign of friendship and goodwill which are essential for Turkey-Armenia relations.
GENOCIDE OF TRUTHYüksel OKTAY - 30 July 2008 -
Armenian genocide is a controversial issue and also a fabrication by many Armenians and their supporters who benefit from it according to those who have studied the events of the end of 19th and the beginning of 20th century with an open mind and without prejudice.
RAILROADS AND PIPELINES INTEGRATE THE CAUCASUSSedat LAÇİNER, Asst. Prof. Dr. - 29 July 2008 - Turkish Weekly
The Caucasia is such a small region to fight for. Having a bloody history, the region faced with numerous tragedies partly because of being on crossroads. All these sorrowful events should remind us that no nation can provide stability and security to the region without co-operation of the other regional countries.
AN OPEN LETTER TO SENATOR OBAMAFaruk LOĞOĞLU - 28 July 2008 - Turkish Daily News
You are in a position to help make history on this difficult and highly emotive issue: Ask the Turks and the Armenians to talk and to listen to each other. Senator Obama, your inspiring march to the White House has fired the imagination not just of Americans voters, but of many millions more around the world.
A NEW RAILWAY LINE AND SOME REGIONAL REALITIESSemih İDİZ - 25 July 2008 - Milliyet
The ground breaking ceremony yesterday for the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway, attended by the presidents of Turkey, Azerbaijan and Georgia, is yet another bitter reminder for Armenia of its growing regional isolation, and the economic consequences this is having for the country and its people.
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