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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will fly to Zurich on Saturday to attend a ceremony where Armenia and Turkey are expected to sign historic accords to normalize relations, the State Department said.

Armenia and Turkey are expected to sign agreements to establish diplomatic ties and open their border.

Clinton will attend the ceremony before heading off on a European tour that includes stops in Britain, Ireland and Russia.

"We have long supported this process and she's going to demonstrate and underscore our support," a senior State Department official told reporters, referring to th ... Read more »
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At 5 p.m. today, ARF-Dashnaktsutyun organized a protest march in Yerevan in connection with upcoming signature of RA-Turkish Protocols, scheduled in Zurich on October 10. Around 4-5 thousand protesters are heading towards Presidential Residence from Mashtots Avenue. After a short rally, march will continue to Tsitsernakaberd Genocide Memorial. Demonstrators are holding posters with slogans saying “No to Protocols”, “No Concessions to Turkey”, “No to Preconditions”.

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Protocols on normalization of relations between Turkey and Armenia will be signed on October 10 in Zurich, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Switzerland announced. 

"Protocols will be signed at Zurich University if no new changes appear at the last moment in the program," Hurriyet writes. Protocols will be signed by the Foreign Minister of Turkey and Armenia Ahmed Davutoglu and Edward Nalbandian, " Turkish Hurriyet writes.

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Diaspora’s protest actions proved that Armenians across the globe are vigilant, RA former Foreign Minister Vahan Papazyan said.

As to public reaction, he said that it will become stronger and stronger. “Many in Armenia do not want to believe what’s going on. A wave of discontent will arouse and we will see whether the Armenian people have the instinct of self-preservation,” he said.

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