Turkish Armenian Reconciliation Commission

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The Turkish Armenian Reconciliation Commission was made in 2001 to help Turkey and Armenia be closer. The main goal was to make the governments more active.

Members[change | change source]

  • Gunduz Aktan (Ankara) - resigned June 2003
  • Alexander Arzoumanian (Yerevan)
  • Ustun Erguder (Istanbul)
  • Sadi Erguvenc (Istanbul) - resigned June 2003
  • David Hovhannissian (Yerevan)
  • Van Krikorian (New York)
  • Andranik Migranian (Moscow)
  • Ozdem Sanberk (Istanbul) - resigned June 2003
  • Ilter Turkmen (Istanbul)
  • Vamik Volkan (Charlottesville)

Newer Members (2003-2004)

  • Emin Mahir Balcioglu (Geneva)
  • Ahmet Evin (Istanbul)
  • Ersin Kalaycioglu (Istanbul)
  • Sule Kut (Istanbul)
  • Ilter Turan (Istanbul)

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