Ukrainian Tourist Company Says Karabakh is Armenia

BAKU (APA)–A Ukrainian tourist Company has included Nagorno-Karabakh as part of Armenia in the "Armenia" section of its website, the Azerbaijani Press Agency reported Friday.
The "Saga" tourist company also has detailed accounts of the Armenian Genocide and the 1988 Sumgait Massacres in the "Armenian History" section of its website.
The website explains that a great deal of historic Armenian lands, as well as Mount Ararat are now located in placed in Turkey as a result of the Armenian Genocide committed by the Ottoman Empire between 1915-1923. The website also noted that Armenia deman’s the return of its historic territory.
A Spokesman for the Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry told APA that the Azeri Embassy in Ukraine would be instructed to investigate the inclusion of Karabakh as a part of Armenia by the "Saga" Tourist Company. He added that they would demand that the company remove so called "false materials on Azerbaijan from the website."


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