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Is the Resolution Adopted in the Interest of Armenia and the Armenian People? David Sanasaryan

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David Sanasaryan, the head of the EBRD, whose powers have been temporarily suspended, referred to the House of Representatives' adoption of a resolution recognizing the Armenian Genocide on his Facebook page. He wrote in particular:

“There is no justice in international relations, there is interest, interest and only interest.


I am not sure if the tension between US-Turkey relations is in our interest. Half-steps sometimes hurt deeper. Whether the recognition of the Armenian Genocide by the US House of Representatives is in the best interest of Armenia and the Armenian people, I am not even sure. It may serve our interest, it may, but much needs to change in US-Turkey, US-Russia, US-Armenia, Russia-Armenia and other international configurations.

By recognizing the Republic of Turkey on Genocide Day and adopting a new package of economic sanctions against Turkey, the United States has made it clear to Turkey that the US instructions must be fulfilled: made it clear that there is no equality among the allies; is the strongest dictator.

There was another important record for me: Democrat or Republican, they become united when there is a need to serve the interests of the state. If there is a need to punish Turkey, they do it together, there is a justification for not punishing Turkey, they are united. This is what is called pro-state.

Remembering the victims of the Genocide, we must note that they became victims of the overlapping and contradictions of the international interests then mapped.