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ISTANBUL. – Topics relating to the Armenian Genocide issue and the normalization of relations between Armenia and Turkey were also on the agenda of the Clinton-Davutoglu and Clinton-Erdogan meetings that were held in Istanbul on April 1, and along the lines of the Friends of Syria conference.    

Turkey’s PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan and FM Ahmet Davutoglu, who separately met with US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton, deemed it necessary to put an end to the yearly introduction of Armenian resolutions in the US, and prior to April 24, Hurriyet daily of Turkey informs. 

In her turn, Secretary Clinton noted that she is aware of how sensitive Turkey is on this matter, and claimed that such initiative is not expected this year.   

Erdogan and Davutoglu asserted that Turkey, just as always, is ready to normalize relations with Armenia, but the latter’s authorities need to free themselves from domestic political concerns and they must not bring the Armenian Genocide issue on the agenda.

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