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 Tuesday, August 27 2019 12:07
Marianna Mkrtchyan

Mnatsakanyan: Turkey`s refusal to establish relations with Armenia  and unblock its borders poses serious threats to Armenia`s security

Mnatsakanyan: Turkey`s refusal to establish relations with Armenia  and unblock its borders poses serious threats to Armenia`s security

ArmInfo. Turkey's refusal to establish relations with Armenia and unblock its borders poses serious threats to the security of Armenia. Armenian Foreign Minister  Zohrab Mntsakanyan stated on August 27 at the annual meeting of the  heads of the central apparatus and bodies of the foreign diplomatic  service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Armenia.

"All this, as well as the ongoing policy of denying the Armenian  Genocide and the attempts to justify their genocidal actions that  have stepped up in the last period, unquestioning and open assistance  to Azerbaijan in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, pose serious threats  to the security of Armenia. The constant need to counter this policy  determines Armenia's strategy to ensure and maintain regional peace  and security including in terms of foreign policy priorities" the  Armenian minister emphasized.

It should be noted that the Armenian-Turkish protocols were signed in  Zurich on October 10, 2009.  However, the protocols were never  ratified by the parliaments of Armenia and Turkey, since Ankara  constantly put forward preconditions on the way to ratification. In  this regard, by order of President Serzh Sargsyan, the process of  ratification of the protocols in the Armenian parliament was frozen.  And in February 2015, the documents were completely recalled from  parliament. In February 2018, Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan  announced the denunciation of the Armenian-Turkish protocols.

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