Turkish scientist’s book “Armenian issue in 120 documents of Russian state archives” presented in Moscow

Turkish scientist’s book “Armenian issue in 120 documents of Russian state archives” presented in Moscow
# 21 April 2011 08:04 (UTC +04:00)
The author gave detailed information about his book and said he worked with the Russian archives for almost 10 years to write this book.

Perincek said the book denied “Armenian genocide” claims and explained some historic events, which were interpreted differently by the historians. “The Armenian issue and Armenians genocide claims are one of the controversial issues concerned Turkey and the world community recently. One of the important witnesses of the 1915-1923 events was tsarist Russia, then Soviet Russia alongside with Turkey and Armenian side as well. 120 original documents are saved in the Russian archives, which are open to everyone. Those documents were published in the book without any explanation and interpretation. These facts show that Armenian genocide claims are groundless. There were tragic events in that history committed by Turks and Armenians against each other and the imperialist powers, which intended to divide Turkey, had responsibility for those events”.

Then the author answered the questions of journalists. Armenian journalists and representative of the Dashnaksutyun party tried to hinder the presentation ceremony with their improper replications and speeches, but couldn’t achieve their goals. The author answered the questions with discretion. He said if Armenia opens its archives to the historians, he will work there with pleasure.

Mehmet Perincek was born in Istanbul on September 19, 1978. He graduated from the School of Law of Istanbul University and then continued his education in the post-graduate department of the Moscow Institute of International Relations. He researched a lot of materials of the Russian state archives, which proved the groundlessness of the Armenian claims against Turkey, and he published these materials in Turkey. Perincek is working now on his doctorate dissertation. He is a professor at the Istanbul University and senior fellow at the Institute of Ataturk Principles and History of Turkish Revolution.
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