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Parlamentul European îndeamnă Turcia să recunoască genocidul împotriva armenilor

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Parlamentul European (PE) a adoptat miercuri o rezoluţie prin care îndeamnă Turcia să recunoască genocidul împotriva armenilor, în contextul împlinirii a 100 de la ani masacrul împotriva armenilor din Imperiul Otoman şi la trei zile după declaraţia Papei Francisc.

“Evenimentele tragice care au avut loc în perioada 1915-1917 împotriva armenilor din Imperiul Otoman constituie un genocid”, se arată în rezoluţia adoptată miercuri cu o majoritate covârşitoare de aleşii din PE.

PE a salutat declaraţiile preşedintelui turc Recep Tayyip Erdogan şi ale premierului Ahmed Davutoglu, care au prezentat condoleanţe şi au recunoscut atrocităţile împotriva armenilor, dar a îndemnat Turcia să meargă mai departe în “direcţia bună” şi să recunoască termenul de “genocid”.

“Nu trebuie să uităm că oameni au fost ucişi, că aceste evenimente aparte sunt descrise pe bună dreptate ca fiind un genocid”, potrivit rezoluţiei PE.

Ministerul turc de Externe a reacţionat imediat după vot, acuzând PE că vrea să rescrie istoria.

 Europarlamentarul  Cristian Preda a redactat rezoluția ‪din partea Grupului  Popularilor Europeni . Iată  Rezoluția mai jos.

EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT 2014 – 2019
Session document 14.04.2015 B80000/2015
JOINT MOTION FOR A RESOLUTION
to wind up the debate on the statement by the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy
pursuant to Rule 123(2) of the Rules of Procedure
on the Armenian genocide 100th anniversary
on behalf of …….
European Parliament resolution on the Armenian genocide 100th anniversary
The European Parliament,
– having regard to the United Nations Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide of 1948,
– having regard to its resolution of 18 June 1987 on a political solution to the Armenian question,
– having regard to its resolution of 12 March 2015 on the Annual Report on Human Rights and Democracy in the World 2013 and the European Union’s policy on the matter (2014/2216 (INI)),
– having regard to the Protocol on the Establishment of Diplomatic Relations between the Republic of Armenia and the Republic of Turkey and the Protocol on Development of Relations between the Republic of Armenia and the Republic of Turkey signed in Zurich on 10 October 2009,
– having regard to Rule 123(2) of the Rules of Procedure,
A. whereas the year 2015 marks the centennial of the Armenian genocide perpetrated in the Ottoman Empire;
B. whereas an increasing number of Member States and national parliaments recognise the Armenian Genocide perpetrated in the Ottoman Empire;
C. whereas one of the main motivations of the European unification movement is the will to prevent the recurrence of wars and crimes against humanity in Europe;
D. whereas Turkey and Armenia have embarked on a process of diplomatic normalisation, signing in protocols in 2009 in Zurich on establishing and developing relations;
E. whereas the importance of keeping the memories of the past is paramount, since there can be no reconciliation without the truth and remembrance;
1. Pays tribute, on the eve of the Centenary, to the memory of the one-and-a-half million innocent Armenian victims who perished in the Ottoman Empire; joins the commemoration of the centenary of the Armenian Genocide in a spirit of European solidarity and justice; calls on the Commission and Council to join the commemoration;
2. Recalls its resolution of 18 June 1987 in which inter alia it has recognised that the tragic events that took place in 1915 – 1917 against the Armenians in the territory of the Ottoman Empire represent a genocide as defined in the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide of 1948; condemns all occurrences of crimes against humanity and genocide and strongly deplores any attempts of their denial;
3. Pays tribute to the memory of innocent victims of all genocides and crimes, committed against humanity; proposes the establishment of an International Remembrance Day for Genocides in order to recall again the right of all peoples and all nations throughout the world to peace and dignity
4. Stresses that the timely prevention and effective punishment of genocides and crimes against humanity should be among the main priorities of the international community and the European Union;
5. Welcomes the statements of the President of the Republic of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Prime Minister of the Republic of Turkey Ahmet Davutoğlu offering condolences and recognising atrocities against the Ottoman Armenians as a step in a right direction; encourages to use the commemoration of the 100 years of the Armenian genocide as an important opportunity for Turkey to continue its efforts, including the opening of the archives , to come to terms with its past, to recognise the Armenian genocide and thus pave the way for a genuine reconciliation between Turkish and Armenian peoples;
6. Invites Turkey to respect and realise fully the obligations which it has undertaken to the protection of cultural heritage and, in particular, to conduct in good faith an integrated inventory of Armenian and other cultural heritage destroyed or ruined during the past century within its jurisdiction ;
7. Invites Armenia and Turkey to use examples of successful reconciliation between European Nations and focus on an agenda putting cooperation between the peoples first; trusts that this will contribute to the historical reconciliation of the Armenian and Turkish people in the spirit of truth and respect; supports civil society initiatives between Turkey and Armenia working towards the normalization of relations urges Turkey and Armenia to proceed to a normalisation of their relations by ratifying and implementing, without preconditions, the protocols on the establishment of diplomatic relations, by opening the border and by actively improving their relations, with particular reference to cross-border cooperation and economic integration ;
8. Instructs its President to forward this resolution to the Council, the Commission, the Vice-President of the Commission/High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, the governments and parliaments of the Member States, the Government and Parliament of the Republic of Armenia, and the Government and Parliament of the Republic of Turkey.

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