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U.S. State Department Caucasus and Regional Conflict Office Director Mark Cameron visited the Tsitsernakaberd Memorial Complex in Yerevan.

The guests were shown the stories of the three cross-stones installed at Tsitsernakaberd to commemorate the Armenians who died during the pogroms organized by the Azerbaijani government at the end of the last century in Sumgait, Kirovabad (Gandzak) and Baku, and the five azatamartiks buried in front of the Wall of Memory during the Artsakh struggle.

The guests laid flowers at the Eternal Flame and paid tribute to the innocent victims of the Armenian Genocide.

The Americans also visited the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute where they got familiarized with the permanent and temporary exhibits. He also donated an illustrated book "The 100 Photoghraphs that Changed the World" to the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute.

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