»April 21, at St. Peter of Hamburg, was commemorated the 97th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide in the presence of more than 700 people. Guests included the leader of German Greens, of Turkish origin, Cem Özdemir. During his speech C. Özdemir called on the government of Turkey to stop its policy of denial of the Armenian genocide and encouraged Turkish civil society to revisit and analyze “these tragic pages of its history.” Ertan Tobrk, the leader of the Kurdish Alevi community in Germany has told his side that his people had recognized and condemned the Armenian genocide carried out by the Turkish government. A representative of the Assyrian-Chaldean community in Germany also condemned Turkey for genocide. Armen Mardirosian Ambassador of Armenia in Germany also spoke at the event. The choir “Gayane” composed of Armenians, Germans and Turks has interpreted European and Armenian songs.