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Armenian and Turkish Journalists Intend to Launch Joint Site
During their meeting before the Armenia-Turkey football match in Bursa, Armenian and Turkish journalists discussed the possibility of launching a common information site, one of the meeting’s organizers Artak Shakaryan stated during a press conference today. Note that Armenian journalists’ visit to Turkey was organized with the assistance of Eurasia Foundation.

According to Shakaryan, the idea of launching such a site is still under discussion. Such a resource will give the two sides an opportunity of direct contact in the area of news and information. Currently, a number of Armenian press make use of Russian sites in order to get information on Turkey, while Turkish media make use of Azerbaijani sites.

TV program Urvagits (“Outline”) host Petros Ghazaryan said that launching such a site is a significant move: according to Ghazaryan, when both sides get information from third party sources, the imprint of those sides’ interests is felt.

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