New Map of ‘Enlarged Turkey’ on Front Page of Turkish Newspaper

YEREVAN (–Wednesday’s issue of G?nes, one of the Turkish daily newspapers of high circulation, has published on its first page a new map of Turkey showing the annexation of its neighboring countries and territories.
In it’s front-page article, "You say map? Here is the map," the newspaper announces that the map of "Enlarged Turkey" is a response to the map of Turkey and Armenia found at website dedicated to the remembrance of the Armenian Genocide.
The map at presents the borders established in 1920 by American President Woodrow Wilson at the time of the signing of the Treaty of Sevres. In this new map of Turkey, however, the oil-producing Mosul and Kirkuk areas of Iraq as well as all Greek islands including Crete form parts of the "future enlarged Turkey," the comment says.


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