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Turkish Ambassador Uses Protocols to Attack Genocide Resolution

On Friday, Oct. 23, Turkey’s Ambassador to the U.S. Nabi Sensoy, appearing on a Voice of America television news segment on the recent Senate introduction of the Armenian Genocide Resolution, cited the newly signed Turkey-Armenia protocols as a reason for his government’s intensifying campaign to block U.S. recognition of this crime against humanity, reported the Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA).

The Protocols Were Signed: What’s Next?

ANCA Executive Director Aram Hamparian and ANC Western Region Chairman Vicken Sonentz Papazian talk with Paul Chaderjian regarding the repercussions of the signing of the Turkey-Armenia protocols and how Armenian Americans can stand up to Turkey’s efforts to use the protocols to undermine self-determination for Nagorno Karabagh and block international affirmation of the Armenian Genocide.

Over 60,000 Protest Protocols in Yerevan

Chanting “No,” “No Compromise to the Turks,” and “Mr. President do not Compromise,” more than 60,000 protesters took to the streets of the capital and began marching from Republic Square at the center of the city to the Presidential Palace in a protest against the Turkey-Armenia protocols.

Gateway to Power: The ANCA Capital Gateway Program

The ANCA Capital Gateway Program, now in its sixth year, helps applicants attain exciting internships and challenging full-time public policy jobs in Washington, DC. To date, over fifty fellows have gone through the program and secured positions in dozens of Congressional offices, as well as esteemed media and political institutions such as Congressional Quarterly, the US Chamber of Commerce, Export-Import Bank (EXIM), SRCP Media and the World Bank.