The Washington Post wrote that Erdoğan's condolences were "remarkable," as the events of 1915 have been spoken of very little.
The Wall Street Journal said Erdoğan delivered a "conciliatory" and unprecedented message as the 100th anniversary of what the
newspaper called the "Armenian Genocide" approaches next year.
Erdoğan spoke in a "striking conciliatory tone."
''Erdoğan reiterated a long-held Turkish position that the deaths of millions of people during the violence of the period should be remembered "without discriminating as to religion or ethnicity," Reuters reported.
The Guardian newspaper said the events of 1915 have caused an "unpleasant" dispute between Turkey and Armenia.
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