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YEREVAN. – “Children of Vank,” a new Turkish film about Armenian Genocide and its aftermath, will be screened Wednesday in Armenia’s capital city of Yerevan. 

Former MP Aragats Akhoyan, who is Armenia representative of the National Congress of Western Armenians international NGO and president of Return Foundation, stated about the aforesaid at a press conference on Tuesday. 

The producer of this film is Kazım Gündoğan, and its director—Nezahat Gündoğan.

Akhoyan stressed that the one-hour film tells the story of Armenian children who were saved during the genocide and were raised among Kurds and Turks.

Kazım Gündoğan, for his part, noted that Turkey still continues its policy of denial of numerous genocides that were committed in the country in the 20th century, to which many nations—including Armenians—fell victims.

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