Armenian Signboards Removed in Igdir

(Source: ArmRadio)
(Source: ArmRadio)

(Source: ArmRadio)

TUZLUCA (ArmRadio)—The City Hall of the Turkish city of Tuzluca (historic Koghb) in Igdir Province has removed the Armenian signboards at the entry and exit of the city, Anadolu Agency reports.

The signboards reading “Welcome” and “Goodbye” in four languages, including Armenian, were mounted in Tuzluca in September 2015.

The Armenian inscription angered the local activists at the time.


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