Turkey is afraid of its own past, its own history, which finds expression in the policy of denial, Director of the Armenian Genocide Museum Institute Hayk Demoyan told reporters today.
According to him, it’s time to apply to the World Health Organization to check the medical history of the Turkish officials.
The comments come after the condolences and invitations of Turkish officials and Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu’s statement on the anniversary of Hrant Dink’s assassination.
“We know the history of this illness. It’s a fear of its own history and past, reflected in the policy of denial. It’s interesting to check, however, whether the different invitations and messages are the immediate complications of the disease,” Demoyan said.