Italian City of L’Aquila Recognizes Armenian Genocide

L'Aquila city hall (Source: Public Radio of Armenia)
L'Aquila city hall (Source: Public Radio of Armenia)

L’Aquila city hall (Source: Public Radio of Armenia)

L’AQUILA, Italy—The city council of L’Aquila, Italy recognized the Armenian Genocide on November 26, the press service of the Armenian Ministry of Foreign Affairs reports.

In letters addressed to the Armenian embassy in Italy and to the Union of Armenians of Italy, L’Aquila Mayor Massimo Cialente informed that the city council recognizes the Armenian Genocide on its centennial and expresses its solidarity with the Armenian people as a confirmation of protection of historic truth and human rights.


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