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Turkey removes all sanctions against France

22:04, 05.07.2012 Region: World News, Armenia, Turkey Theme: Politics

ANKARA. – Ankara removes all sanctions against Paris which were imposed in connection with the adoption of the law criminalizing denial of genocides in France, Turkish FM Ahmet Davutoglu said during his meeting with his French counterpart Laurent Fabius on Thursday.

According to the Turkish media, Davutoglu announced that Turkey is ready to cooperate with France but the later must ‘clarify the Armenian issue’ first.

On his turn Fabius accused his predecessor and his Government ‘of unrealistic approaches towards the events which took place in the Ottoman Empire in the beginning of the 21st century’.

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