CRAG E-Alert - 3 December 2004
Dear Friends & Supporters:
As promised earlier, and for informational or catch-up purposes, we are providing hereunder three issues that you might wish to follow on.
EUROPEAN ARMENIAN FEDERATION For Justice and Democracy
Avenue de la Renaissance 10, B - 1000 BRUXELLES
For Immediate Release. December 2nd, 2004. Contact: Talline Tachdjian
2 December 2004
TURKEY: THE FOREIGN AFFAIRS COMMITTEE AGAINST THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT
Brussels, Belgium - The Foreign Affairs Committee (AFET) of the European Parliament adopted on November the 30th a proposal for a resolution "on the 2004 regular report and the recommendation of the European Commission on Turkey's progress towards accession", that was prepared by Christian-Democrat Dutchman Camiel Eurlings, by 50 to 18 (6 abstentions).
(More in the text of the press Release)
RECOMMENDATION ON RECOGNITION OF SO-CALLED ARMENIAN GENOCIDE WITHDRAWN
An article in a draft resolution which conditioned Turkey's European Union (EU) membership on its recognition of the alleged Armenian genocide was withdrawn thanks to the initiatives of the Turkish
parliamentarians, attending the meeting of the European Interparliamentary Security and Defense Assembly held in Paris.
30.11.2004 - 16:43:00. Anadolu Agency
PRESS RELEASE . Ref: PR/04/11/014
Assembly of Armenians of Europe. Contact: Armine Grigoryan
Rue de Treves 10, 1050, Brussels Tel : +32 2 647 08 01 Fax : +32 2 647 02 00
Turkish denialism of Armenians in the capital of Europe
"Mothers, Goddesses and Sultans"- but not Armenians
17/11/2004, Brussels - The Palace of Fine Arts of Brussels (Belgium) hosts the exhibition on Turkey "Mothers, Goddesses and Sultans" which will last from October 06 2004 to January 16 2005. The
exhibition accounts pieces from the collection of the Topkapi Palace (Turkey), Louvre, Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna, the museums of Berlin and the most important museums in Turkey.
(More in the text of the Press Release)
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