ArmInfo. At the conference dedicated to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan touched upon the events of 1915, stating that the Turkish archives are open to all, <Anadolu> agency reports.
"From the Ottoman archives, 35.5 million documents, 8 million photographs, and 19 million government documents were digitized," he said.
Erdogan said that those who are trying to teach Turkey a lesson in democracy in the fight against terrorism and the Armenian issue - "They themselves have a bloody history."
The President of Turkey also stressed that no group or state accusing Turkey of the "events of 1915" had provided archival evidence. <France, which killed Muslims, cannot give lessons to the Turks, deportation is one thing, and massacre is another. Who are you lying to?>, he concluded.