YEREVAN (Radiolur) — Israeli Genocide scholar Israel Charny received the Presidential Award for bringing attention to the Armenian Genocide.
Charny thanked the Armenian people and President Serge Sargisian for the award. He stated that the world must recognize the Armenian Genocide and honor the memory of the innocent victims of this crime against humanity.
“Much is yet to be done for this purpose,” the expert stressed, adding, “our struggle is now to be aimed at prevention of new genocides.”
Raymond Kevorkian, a French-Armenian historian and director of the AGBU-Nubarian Library in Paris, also received a presidential medal for his work toward the recognition of the Genocide.