It is nearly 100 years the Armenian Diaspora has been giving information to the international community from one-sided, mainly false and even intentionally distorted sources. Today parliaments and society of some countries recognized or are preparing to recognize events of 1915 as the “genocide” on the basis of the Armenian claims.
A draft resolution on so-called “Armenian genocide”, adopted in the United States Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, has not been included in the agenda of the general meeting of the Senate.
Vilnius is hosting an international conference on “frozen conflicts in the former Soviet Union: the political significance and possible solutions.”
Statement of the ACSDA on its large-scale project related to the 110th anniversary of the genocide acts perpetrated by Armenians against Azerbaijan:
One of the brutalities perpetrated by Armenians against Azerbaijanis took place in one of the oldest cities of Azerbaijan, in Shamakhi.