Erdogan to Visit Shushi on June 16 to Break Ground on Grey Wolves School

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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan salutes a crowd with the ultranationalist Grey Wolves sign at a gathering of his supporters in 2018

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey will arrive in Baku on June 15 and the following day will visit Artsakh’s occupied Shushi to take part in a groundbreaking ceremony of a school being funded and built by Turkey and its ultranationalist group the Grey Wolves.

Azerbaijan’s president Ilham Aliyev announced Erdogan’s pending visit after a meeting with Turkey’s Education Minister Zia Seljuk,’s Armenian Service reported on Thursday.

Plans to build and operate a school in Shushi by Turkey’s ultranationalist Grey Wolves were announced earlier and an official Turkish delegation visited Baku and met with Azerbaijan’s leadership to plan out the process.

France has banned the Grey Wolves, emphasizing that the organization’s ultranationalist ideology promotes and spreads racism and hatred, adding that the group’s members have engaged in terrorist activities in the country.

Source: Asbarez

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