Possible cooperation between Armenia and Jewish lobby won’t last long

Possible cooperation between Armenia and Jewish lobby won’t last long

PanARMENIAN.Net - In March, when the U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee approved the Armenian Genocide resolution, the Jewish lobby refrained from supporting Turkey and was rather passive, Turkologist Artak Shakaryan said.

Asked by a PanARMENIAN.Net reporter about possibility of collaboration between Armenia and Jewish lobby, Shakaryan said, “Even if such originates, it will not last long. But if the Turkish-Israeli relation remain strained, it will be a significant victory for Armenia.”

Moreover, he added that Armenia is closely cooperating with the Arab world, where a large number of Armenians live. “Cooperation with Israel will have a negative impact on relations with Arab states,” he said.

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