The Internal Affairs Commission of Parliament approved the draft law against international claims, accusations and distortions stipulating the condemnation of France which issued a law recognizing the so-called Armenian genocide.
The draft law, which is expected to be debated in the General Assembly soon, says Turkey refuses the claims of the Armenian genocide which has been neither determined or accepted by history. It continues to state that France and other foreign powers provoked the Armenians for their own purposes during World War I. “We strongly condemn the loss of life and the support and shelter given to ASALA terror,” said the draft.
The draft also underlines France and other European countries’ moral responsibility by falling into silence during the invasion of Azeri land, forcing the people to migrate, and perpetrating genocide to the people of Bosnia because of their religion.