Among them, historians Yves Ternon Stephan Astourian Erdal Kaynar, Claire Mouradian, Sait Çetinnoglu Mustafa Aksakal, Richard Hovannisian, Vincent Duclert Raymond Kevorkian, KM-Ümit Kurt, Ara Sarafian, Hans-Lukas Kieser, Georges Bensoussan, David Gaunt, Sia Anagnostopoulou, Joël Kotek, Stéphane Audoin-Rouzeau, Hamit Borzasian, Peter Holquist, Erik-Jan Zürcher, Mikaël Nichanian, Dzovinar Kevonian, Edhem Eldem, Ayhan Aktar, Boris Adjemian, Henry Rousso, Mutafian clude Alban Perrin, Hira Kaynar , Jesn-Pierre Chretien, Dominik Schaller, Roger Smith, Christian Ingrao, Nicols Werth, Helene Dumas, Taner Akcam, etc.
French Minister Najat Vallaud-Belkacem inaugurated a Armenian Symposium
On Wednesday, March 25th, the French Minister of National Education and Research, Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, inaugurated at the prestigious Sorbonne University (Paris), an exceptional symposium on a 3-day cycle on the theme “The Armenian Genocide: 100 years of research.” In particular, she stated that “the rigorous study of sources, survivor testimonies, documents, has established this truth that no longer debate in the scientific community about the reality of the Armenian genocide.” The French Minister will attend the commemorations in Yerevan on April 24 with President Francois Hollande.
Organized by the International Scientific Council CSI) and the CCAF, 70 researchers and historians from around the world will succeed for three days and report their research on the Armenian genocide and other crimes against humanity.
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