Ankara: Armenia cemetery desecrated, bodies removed from graves

Ankara: Armenia cemetery desecrated, bodies removed from graves

PanARMENIAN.Net - An Armenian cemetery in Ankara, Turkey has been desecrated, with bodies removed from graves, reports.

Co-founder of the Democracy and Progress Party, lawmaker Mustafa Yeneroğlu has raised the issue with Ankara mayor Mansur Yavaş.

According to Yeneroğlu, bones and human remains are now scattered across the cemetery.

The lawmaker described the situation as "shameful" and called for burying the remains immediately.

According to media reports, the mayor of Ankara has said that city authorities are already taking action.

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