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President of Turkey spoke about Khojaly genocide

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The whole world should draw lessons from the Khojaly massacre committed by Armenians, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in a statement on the 24th anniversary of the Khojaly tragedy.

Erdogan said some 613 Azerbaijani civilians, including children, women and elderly people were brutally killed as a result of the attack by Armenian armed forces in the Azerbaijani town of Khojaly inNagorno-Karabakh region on February 26, 1992.

“As Turkey, we deeply feel the pain of our Azerbaijani siblings of what they experienced 24 years ago when they were exposed to brutal massacre in Khojaly, and our thoughts are with the people of Azerbaijan,” the Turkish president said.

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2016.02.27 / 16:15
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