Georgian ministers pay tribute to Armenian Genocide victims at Tsitsernakaberd
YEREVAN, JUNE 25, ARMENPRESS: The Minister of Justice of Georgia Tea Tsulukiani and the Minister of Corrections and Legal Assistance of Georgia Giorgi Mgebrishvili visited Tsitsernakaberd Memorial on June 25 in Yerevan. Armenpress reports that accompanied by the Minister of Justice of the Republic of Armenia Hovhannes Manukyan, the guests laid a wreath at the Memorial and bowed their heads in the memory of the innocent victims.
The Deputy Director of the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute Suren Manukyan presented the ministers the history of the Armenian Genocide Memorial and accompanied them to the Museum. After the tour the guests left the following note in the Book of the Honorary Guests:
“The Georgian nation expresses sincere condolences to the Armenian people and shares their pain on the tragedy, which took place in the Ottoman Empire in the beginning of the 20th century. The Georgian people are close to the pain of our friend and brother Armenia. We bow before the immortal memory of the dead”.
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