Saturday, October 6, 2007

Erdoğan warns Bush

Erdoğan called the US president Bush upon the Armenian genocide bill came up on the agenda of the US Congress.

The Prime Minister Tayyip Erdoğan called the president Bush after the Armenian genocide bill was included in the agenda of the US Congress International Affairs Committee and communicated the distress regarding the issue. Erdoğan told Bush: "if the bill passes in the parliament, the strategic relationship between Turkey and USA will be damaged." Bush responded: "I understand you; I also have some doubts about the bill. We will work in order not to pass the bill."


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