Maat Continues Commemorating the 116th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide

In completing its field visits, and in conjunction with the commemoration of the 106th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, Maat for Peace, Development and Human Rights’ delegation visited the “Tsitsernakaberd Memorial” and the attached museum, sharing the Armenians this painful memory that claimed the lives of two thirds of the population then, that is, nearly a million and a half by laying wreaths and flowers in the Armenian way. Throughout history, the Armenians have suffered from deportations, famines and massacres, and all this was shown in the documents and the historical explanation that the delegation was honored to review in the company of the director of the museum, along with a detailed explanation of the methods used by the Turks and their implemented plans for the genocide.
Maat has previously visited the Yerablur cemetery, which has become the burial place of victims of genocide, as well as the Armenian soldiers who lost their lives during the Nagorno-Karabakh war that broke out in September 2020.
Maat for Peace still calls for the respect of human rights and commitment to international covenants and treaties, and considers what is happening now in Armenia, such as the Azerbaijani practices and violations, a “conspiracy to commit genocide,” and a “direct and public incitement to commit genocide”, as stipulated in Article 3 (b) & (c) of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide.
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