Insidious Armenian Policy in Foreign Media

Insidious Armenian Policy in Foreign Media

 

The influential Russian RUTUBE.LIST, YandexDisk, and the Ukrainian portal KNK-Media started broadcasting a video exposing Armenia's insidious (crafty) policy.

The video produced by the State Translation Centre in various languages conveys the secret reasons why the archives of Armenia in Yerevan and other countries are still closed to researchers and only a small number of 'politically reliable' people have access to confidential documents revealing the so-called Armenian genocide.

 

Links:

https://knk.media/rus/ 

https://rutube.ru/video/

https://yadi.sk/ 

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