The newspaper said that this “rare step” would further the relationship between Washington and Ankara.
Officials explained to the newspaper that Biden was expected to describe “the deportation, starvation and genocide that began as a massacre in 1915 by the Ottoman Turks at the hands of the Armenians.”“.
However, officials said that no final decision has been taken in this regard, and that Biden may choose to issue a “symbolic statement” without describing the killings as “genocide”.“.
During his election campaign, Biden pledged to officially recognize the “genocide” to the Armenians, in a move that previous presidents had avoided incarnating..
And he said last April: “If we do not fully accept the massacre, and we do not revive its memory and tell our children about it, it means that we have no benefit from the lesson Has happened.”“.
He said, “If elected, I pledge to support a resolution recognizing the Armenian genocide, and I will make universal human rights a top priority for my administration.”“.
Armenia demands from Turkey what happened during the displacement process in the form of the “ethnic genocide” that took place in the Ottoman Empire’s land in 1915, and thus to pay compensation..
Turkey confirmed that it is not possible to describe the “genocide” of the events of 1915, instead describing it as a “tragedy” for both sides, and to remove the file from political conflicts, and resolve The call to do is issue through the perspective of “fair memory”, which means abandoning a unilateral view of history. Each side understands what the other lived through, and each side has mutual respect for the memory of the past..
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