Armenian Genocide exhibit to open in Netherlands (video)

Armenian Genocide exhibit to open in Netherlands

PanARMENIAN.Net - On April 20, an exhibition on the Armenian Genocide will open in Almelo, the Netherlands by the Dutch MP from the Christian Democrat parliamentary group, Mr. Pieter Omtzigt.

The exhibition exposes articles from Dutch newspapers dating back to the beginning of the 20th century describing the massacres and deportations of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire. Letters and photographs will also be displayed.

The exhibition is organized by the Foundation Yerevan and AGBU Holland in Almelo in cooperation with the 24 April Committee of the Federation of Armenian Organizations in the Netherlands (FAON).

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