Ambassador: Iranian archives about Armenian Genocide are open for historians


“I think, we should order the historians to study the Iranian archives. That means that they can take all the materials concerning the Genocide out,” Mohammad Raiesi, Iranian Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Armenia said speaking about the possible opening of the archives about the Armenian Genocide.

Diplomat also noted that he visits Tsitsernakaberd every year on April 24. “Genocide is a crime committed against the humanity, but it is not acceptable for us. It’s sad that such crimes are still being committed today, just like in Syria, where there are thousands of victims there,” ambassador Raiesi noted and added, “We are against any murder.”