segunda-feira, 8 de setembro de 2008

Bons sinais do Cáucaso

"My visit broke psychological barriers in the Caucasus," Gül told reporters on his way back to Turkey on Saturday night after watching a World Cup qualifying match between the national teams of the two countries in Hrazdan Stadium. During his brief stay in Yerevan, Gül also had a one-and-a-half-hour meeting with his Armenian counterpart, Serzh Sarksyan, who had invited him to watch the game.
the efforts to establish a joint commission of historians for resolving the dispute over Armenian claims of genocide would speed up and that a separate commission would be formed to address the economic field. In 2005, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan took a first step towards resolving the issue by proposing that a joint commission of historians launch an investigation and publish their conclusions, but the proposal was rejected by Yerevan.


Turcos e arménios contribuem para a Paz no Cáucaso, e como as suas relações estavam profundamente quebradas e hoje começam a juntar-se, sem qualquer pressão internacional.
Há jogos de futebol entre selecções que ultrapassam e em muito as quatro linhas.

2 comentários:

RESSACA ® disse...

Pedindo antecipadas desculpas pela “invasão” e alguma usurpação de espaço, gostaríamos de deixar o convite para uma visita a este Espaço que irá agitar as águas da Passividade Portuguesa...

Rui Caetano disse...

Seria bom que estas atitudes se alastrassem pelo mundo fora.