Terror Free Tomorrow: US Congress Armenian genocide resolution will have opposite effect

Terror Free Tomorrow: US Congress Armenian genocide resolution will have opposite effect
# 09 April 2007 10:45 (UTC +04:00)
73 percent of Turks think a resolution will have the opposite effect and actually worsen relations between Turkey and Armenia. The genocide resolution will damage US interests in the Middle East.
According to the poll, US parliamentarians should be persuaded that this step will worsen US-Turkey relations. The poll conducted by the organization in 15 Turkish provinces in January-February, 2007 shows that 78% of the respondents protest against the adoption of any document on alleged genocide. 42% of the respondents consider that the Congress can not be unbiased on this issue, 36% thinks that ‘genocide’ was not committed and 18% considers that historians should make decision about it.
If the Congress votes for the document on so-called genocide, 83 percent would oppose Turkey assisting the United States in neighboring Iraq. 78% will boycott the US products and vote for candidates unapproved by official Washington.
11% of the respondents said they will not take any measures.
30% people approves freezing of diplomatic relations between Ankara and Washington. 73% of the respondents said this step will damage relations with Armenia and 84% said positive opinion about the US will change.
John McCain, US Senator, candidate for 2008 presidential elections and co-chairs of the commission investigated September 11 events Thomas Kean and Lea Hamilton are the members of the consulting council of the Terror Free Tomorrow,Inc. /APA/
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