One of main promoters of so-called "Armenian genocide" dies from coronavirus

One of main promoters of so-called "Armenian genocide" dies from coronavirus
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  • calendar-gray 29 March 2020

The former minister of the French government has died from coronavirus, APA reports citing the French press.

Patrick Devedjian of Armenian origin having worked in the position of minister in Nikola Sarkozy government has died from coronavirus at the age of 75.

On March 26, Devedjian noted on his "Twitter" page that he had contracted COVID-19 virus and had been placed in hospital, and had expressed his gratitude to the medical workers for the care shown to him. 

Note that Patrick Devedjian was a counselor to the former French president Nikola Sarkozy, and was appointed to the position of minister in the ministry dealing with preparation of the plan of rehabilitation of the French economy after the global economic crisis in 2008. Till his death, he has worked in the position of the head of the administrative district Hauts-De-Seine of Paris City. This politician of the Armenian origin has been one of the main promoters striving for recognition of the so-called “Armenian genocide” in France.

Zumrud Pashkin

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