BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:30 P.M.) – The Turkish Zaman newspaper reported that the authorities in Ankara took a new measure against Armenia within the framework of their support for Azerbaijan in Karabakh.

According to the report, Turkey recently banned the official websites of the Armenian government and its ministries on the Internet.

The Agos news site issued in the Turkish and Armenian languages ​​in Turkey, stated that it is no longer possible to access the websites of the official Armenian authorities in Turkey.

Turkey has not commented on these allegations.

 

Sources: RT, Zaman

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2020-10-14 12:37

What else to expect of a nation that prepares another genocide and allows pogrom like threats against its 60.000 remaining Armenians? p.s. I do not see why Wilson’s 14 points, that are about the self determination of the nations, do not apply to the Armenians in the autonomous Nagorno-Karabakh Oblast that is the named Artsakh Republic since 2017. Autonomous regions (Russian Автономная область, Awtonomnaja oblast ‘, abbreviated AO) offered smaller peoples limited cultural autonomy within the Union Republics of the USSR. In theory, the autonomous regions were states. After the declaration of independence of the two Soviet republics of Armenia… Read more »

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2020-10-14 12:42

What else to expect of a nation that prepares another genocide and allows racial threats against its 60.000 remaining Armenians? p.s. I do not see why Wilson’s 14 points, that are about the self determination of the nations, do not apply to the Armenians in the autonomous Nagorno-Karabakh Oblast that is the named Artsakh Republic since 2017. Autonomous regions (Russian Автономная область, Awtonomnaja oblast ‘, abbreviated AO) offered smaller peoples limited cultural autonomy within the Union Republics of the USSR. In theory, the autonomous regions were states. After the declaration of independence of the two Soviet republics of Armenia and… Read more »