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Erdogan to visit USA2010-04-02 16:17
Despite the adoption of the resolution on recognition of Armenian Genocide and subsequent recalling of the ambassador to the U.S by Turkish side, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the Prime Minister of Turkey, will participate in the summit on nuclear security in Washington D.C. - RosBalt.gt-en-newsitem-inside
This March the U.S. Congress House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee with adopted the H.Res.252 concerning the Armenian Genocide Resolution [23 votes for and 22 against].
Resolution calls on President Obama to take necessary steps to reflect in the U.S. foreign policy the understanding in the issues, concerning human rights, ethnic cleansings, and events confirmed in the U.S. documents and connected with Armenian genocide.
In response Turkey decided to recall its ambassador to the USA for consultations.
The PM of Turkey , Recep Tayyip Erdogan, expressed anxiety over the resolution and stated it could harm the relations between the two countries.