Three Spanish cities will unanimously recognize the Armenian Genocide on April 27 and 28, thus bringing the total number to 17, head of the Armenian community of Valencia Ararat Ghukasyan told Public Radio of Armenia.
He said the events commemorating the Armenian Genocide anniversary started on April 22. A conference on the Armenian Genocide was held at Valencia University, Fatih Akin’s film was screened in the evening of April 22.
Today the Armenians of Valencia will march in memory of the Genocide victims.
“What we want to stress here is Valencia is that today Azerbaijan continues Turkey’s policy, to make it clear that Azerbaijan is a terrorist state, and express our full support not only to Artsakh, but also to all Armenian soldiers,” he said.