The Swedish Prime Minister once again pointed out that his government will not adopt the decision the Swedish parliament took earlier this week. In a narrow vote, lawmakers in Stockholm had stated that the killing of Armenians during World War I in what today is Turkey was genocide. The parliament’s decision had caused an outrage among leading Turkish politicians – with Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan threatening to expel 100,000 illegal Armenian workers.
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