Published On: Sri, ruj 7th, 2022

ZAGREB Some are not very enthusiastic about Erdogan’s visit to Zagreb; During the night, banners were placed about the genocide in Armenia

During the official visit of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Croatia, the signing of several interstate agreements, a visit to the Croatian-Turkish Economic Forum and the attendance at the opening ceremony of the Islamic Cultural Center in Sisak are planned. An extraordinary traffic regime was introduced in Zagreb.

Due to special security measures, temporary traffic regulation was established, and the police warned that there will be occasional short-term traffic interruptions.

Portal Direktno found out that during the night a banner was placed in Buzin that does not really show a welcome to the Turkish president.

“Armenian genocide 1915”, reads the sign on the overpass.

The Armenian Genocide is an issue that regularly causes friction between Turkey and EU countries.

Turkey, in fact, admits that many Armenians who lived in the Ottoman Empire were killed in conflicts with Ottoman forces during the First World War, but slows down the numbers and resolutely rejects the term genocide, which is used by many countries when talking about this massacre.

According to Armenia, it was a genocide in which approximately one and a half million Armenians died.

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22 dana prije

Ahmici 1993.
Never again!
Garantira republika Turska.

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Šta ti kažeš na ovo?  Majorizator.
21 dana prije

Poopišamm ti se na Ahmiće , Tursku i zločinački iŠLJAM !!!

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21 dana prije

Na tvoje arapsko ime također !!!

18 dana prije

A tko voli tog lika ili tzv. turski narod? Prije Armenskog genocida su počinili Hrvatski genocid i dan danas drže u okupaciji Hrvatsko Kraljevstvo. Zar smo svi toliko senilni?!