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Նոր փուլ հայ-թուրքական հարաբերություններում. ֆուտբոլային դիվանագիտությունը տեղափոխվել է վոլեյբոլի հրապարակ

Չնայած քաղաքական բառապաշար մուտք գործած «ֆուտբոլային դիվանագիտություն» տերմինին, այն իրավիճակը, որ ձևավորվել է հայ-թուրքական հարաբերությունների դիվանագիտական առանցքում, ավելի շուտ վոլեյբոլի հրապարակ է հիշեցնում:

Երկու երկրներն իրարից բաժանող ներկայիս սահմանը կարծես ձգված վոլեյբոլի ցանց լինի, որի երկու կողմից թիմերը փորձում են հարձակում գործել: Նախաձեռնությունը մի թիմից մյուսին է անցնում, սակայն, ընդհանուր առմամբ, առավել ագրեսիվ են թվում թուրքերը:

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14.11.2009 07:07
Unfortunately, it seems as if thee Republican Party of Armenia – the party of power including Artur Badasaians party of “law & order”- know about this Turkey and Erdogans AK Party as much as Dashnaks , Henchaks knew about „Young Turks“ in 1909 ! Turkey not only is dreaming of the “ottoman glory” but she make attempt to create a new “ottoman Turkey” with a policy of “neo osmanism” – the other side of coin is Turkish fascism! As Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan was the mayor of Istanbul he approved the opening/construction of a big museum for “Osmans”. This museum is one of toe major achievements of Erdogan. In this museum the visitors/Turkish people being systematically educated about “heroic” capture of Constantinople- The battle is implemented “Hollywood like. As if the fall of Constantinople – which finally lead to Armenian Genocide and genocide of other Christina people and adoption of Armenian home land by Turkish as there new home land - was still yesterday
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14.11.2009 00:30
“Turkey wants to establish good neighborly relations with all, and in this context I am telling Armenians living in different corners of the world that we want to establish good relations with all Armenians.” That's what the Young Turks said, and then look what they did. Don't believe everything someone says; especially someone who has so blatantly and murderously done in the past. We know well who their fathers and grandfathers were.
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14.11.2009 00:25
As for Davutoglu's comments on his grandfathers pain."Tsavut Damem" but...... His grandfather's home, land, gold, money, and life wasn't taken away from him; and his grandmother wasn't raped either. His grandfather's also weren't exiled from their own historical ancient homelands and forced to live in strange lands all over the world. If Turkey today wants to prove that they are a civilized nation, then they need to admit that their ancestors did commit Genocide, and GROW UP. They should also stop catering to their Azeri friends. They all have a lot more to gain by the Turkey-Armenia border being open, rather than closed. Turkey must know that the Armenian Diaspora won't just sweep the Genocide under the rug. After all, they are the very ones that created us. We are the grandchildren of the survivors. We all know how we ended up where we live today. Not by free will. All Armenians in the Diaspora, and in Armenia will never let the world forget what happened in 1915. Turkey needs to remember.
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13.11.2009 10:40
Volley-ball is a good resemblance to the political situation in the Middle East. I'd propose another one called billiards, more precise - pocket billiards. jeshmarid@yahoo.com
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13.11.2009 09:51
You cannot blame Turkey. At this moment of writing it occupies a sovereign country: Cyprus. It is built on conquered lands and has been denying a genocide it commited against the Armenian people for almost a century now. What is more rediculous is that this country wants to join the civilized European Union. The eventual situation that Turkey will be in is self-destruction. This would not be good for anyone. Armenia should make a precondition and demand Turkey to withdraw from Cyprus before Ankara and Yerevan establish ties. It is not possible to act civilized with an uncivilized country.
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