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L’administration du pdt Trump s’oppose à la résolution reconnaissant le génocide arménien

Le 06/11/2019 | Par | Catégorie: INTERNATIONAL



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L'officiel américain qui s'est exprimé a demandé que son nom ne soit pas cité . Il n'a pas révélé si le pdt Trump apposerait son véto sur la résolution reconnaissant le génocide des Arméniens & des Chrétiens (environ 2 millions de victimes) par le gouvernement "Jeunes Turcs" s'appuyant sur l'Organisation Spéciale (Teşkilât-ı Mahsusa) en turc) , des bandes de criminels sortis de prison .

Les réparations des spoliations faites aux Arméniens sont estimées à 1000 milliards de $.

WASHINGTON (Tribune News Service) — The Trump administration opposes Turkey sanctions adopted by the House last week as well as a resolution condemning the Armenian genocide, arguing that the two initiatives risk further straining relations with a key NATO ally, a senior State Department official said.

The administration is concerned that the sanctions — passed 403-16 in the House last week in response to the Turkey’s military offensive in northern Syria — will tie its hands and cut off options to resolve U.S. concerns about Turkey’s actions, said the Official .

he same day the House passed the sanctions bill, it also approved a resolution condemning the massacre of 1.5 million Armenians early in the last century by the Ottoman Empire, the predecessor of the Republic of Turkey. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s government vehemently opposed the resolution and summoned U.S. Ambassador David Satterfield to express its disapproval.

According to the administration official, the decision to pass the genocide resolution just as the House was condemning Turkey over the Syria incursion is unfortunate timing and may result in legislation that’s seen as punitive rather than principled.

The Trump White House had previously held off making statements about the initiatives, but past administrations had been similarly wary of genocide resolutions, arguing it would only impede reconciliation. Turkey has warned for years that such resolutions could lead to a breakdown in relations.

The official said the U.S. position hadn’t changed, and it mourns the 1.5 million Armenians deported and massacred at the end of the Ottoman Empire. The U.S. already commemorates Meds Yeghern, what it calls one of the worst mass atrocities of the 20th century, and welcomes efforts by Armenia and Turkey to reckon with their history, the official said.

sources : Bloomberg , Stars & Stripes

 



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