Difference between revisions of "International Recognition of Armenian Genocide"

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* [[Recognition of Armenian Genocide by Argentina]] - 1985
 
* [[Recognition of Armenian Genocide by Argentina]] - 1985
 
* [[Recognition of Armenian Genocide by Australia]]
 
* [[Recognition of Armenian Genocide by Australia]]
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* [[Recognition of Armenian Genocide by Austria]] - 2015
 
* [[Recognition of Armenian Genocide by Belgium]]  
 
* [[Recognition of Armenian Genocide by Belgium]]  
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* [[Recognition of Armenian Genocide by Brazil]]
 
* [[Recognition of Armenian Genocide by Canada]] - 1996  
 
* [[Recognition of Armenian Genocide by Canada]] - 1996  
 
* [[Recognition of Armenian Genocide by Chile]] - 2007  
 
* [[Recognition of Armenian Genocide by Chile]] - 2007  
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* [[Recognition of Armenian Genocide by Lebanon]]  
 
* [[Recognition of Armenian Genocide by Lebanon]]  
 
* [[Recognition of Armenian Genocide by Lithuania]] - 2005
 
* [[Recognition of Armenian Genocide by Lithuania]] - 2005
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* [[Recognition of Armenian Genocide by Luxemburg]] - 2015
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* [[Recognition of Armenian Genocide by Paraguay]] - 2015
 
* [[Recognition of Armenian Genocide by Poland]] - 2005
 
* [[Recognition of Armenian Genocide by Poland]] - 2005
 
* [[Recognition of Armenian Genocide by Russia]]  
 
* [[Recognition of Armenian Genocide by Russia]]  

Latest revision as of 03:23, 30 October 2015

These pages contain information relating to the status of Armenian Genocide recognition by the following countries. The inclusion of the name of a country here does not mean it recognizes the genocide. You need to click on the individual country to see the status. For example, the United States has pass genocide recognition bills in the US House of Representatives, and in many states and cities, but still maintain a policy of forbidding the use of the term within the State Department.