1574) More U.S. Corporations Declare They Do Not Participate In Anti-Armenian Campaign

Major U.S. companies continue to distance themselves from two corporate coalitions that are publicly backing the Turkish government's campaign against H. Res. 106 that recognizes the Armenian Genocide. The Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA) reports that heads of Xerox, American Express, Altria and FedEx addressed statements to the organization. Earlier Microsoft, Johnson & Johnson and Cargill did the same. . .

The American Turkish Council (ATC) and the American Business Forum in Turkey (ABFT) spread letters as if undersigned by leading American corporations, calling on the U.S. government no to recognize the Armenian Genocide.
05 April 2007

Armenian Genocide Resolution Is Bargaining Subject Between U.S. And Turkey

Resolution 106, which recognizes the Armenian Genocide currently pending in the U.S. Congress, is a bargaining subject between U.S. and Turkey, Director of RA NAS Institute for Oriental Studies doctor Ruben Safrastian stated to a press conference in Yerevan. He said, the American political elite has recognized the Armenian Genocide long ago. “But the Bush Administration proceeds from its interests, and Armenia must consistently continue her policy aimed at international recognition of the Genocide. The humanity needs it in order to prevent such tragedies in future,” Safrastian underlined.
05 April 2007


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