The Welsh National Assembly
The Welsh National Assembly has become the leading political institution in the campaign to end denial of the Armenian Genocide in the UK.
Since March of 2001, CRAGs expanding programme in conjunction with Wales-Armenia Solidarity, has moved forward the Welsh Assembly's understanding and resolve to recognise officially the Armenian Genocide in Wales, and in so doing become the first UK political institution to do so.
Details of Event. First Armenian Ecumenical Celebration in Wales: Bishop Nathan's Sermon, Mr Cynog Dafis' Intercession and article in Nor Serount
CRAG Press Release, 31st October, 2002: The Welsh National Assembly Holds Official Event on the Armenian Genocide
Speeches given by Dr. Rostom Stepanian & HG Bishop Nathan Hovhannisyan: Speech given by Chair Person of Campaign for Recognition of the Armenian Genocide and HG Bishop Nathan Hovhannisyan, Primate of the Armenian Orthodox Church at the Welsh National Assembly
His Holiness Karekin II Message of Support: Message of Support read out at the Welsh National Assembly
His Holiness Aram I Letter of Support: Letter of Support from His Holiness Aram I Catholicos of Cilicia, to the National Assembly of Wales Recognition of the Armenian Genocide
CRAG Press Release, 30th October, 2002: Press Release from Campaign for Recognition of the Armenian Genocide (CRAG) to announce the October 30th Event at the Welsh National Assembly
Statement of Opinion: The statement signed by over half of all Assembly Members in the Welsh Assembly. (The 9 members of the Welsh Executive and the Speaker of the House are not permitted to sign Statements of Opinion)
Memorial Wales April 25th 2002: The Speach given by Mike Joseph at the Welsh National Assembly building at the second Armenian Genocide Commemoration in Wales
Memorial Wales April 24th 2001: Information on the First Armenian Genocide Commemoration in Wales attended by The First Minister Rhodri Morgan
Armin Wegner Exhibition March 2001: Press Releases for the Armin Wegner Exhibition taken to the Welsh National Assembly and the Temple of Peace