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Greenberg Traurig cuts ties with Turkish government for its support to Azerbaijan

 Greenberg Traurig cuts ties with Turkish government for its support to Azerbaijan
Greenberg Traurig cuts ties with Turkish government for its support to Azerbaijan 00:21, 7 November, 2020
YEREVAN, NOVEMBER 6, ARMENPRESS.  The law and lobbying firm Greenberg Traurig has cut ties with the Turkish government under pressure from Armenian-American activists furious over Turkey’s support for Azerbaijan in its ongoing hostilities with Armenia. The firm sent an internal email this week announcing that it had terminated its relationship with Turkey on Oct. 29, according to a person who saw the email. The firm declined to comment. The Turkish embassy in Washington didn’t respond to a request for comment, ARMENPRESS was informed from the Armenian National Committee of America. Aram Hamparian, the Armenian National Committee’s executive director, told POLITICO after Mercury dropped Turkey that he planned to pressure another lobbying firm, BGR Group , to stop representing Azerbaijan. But BGR said in a statement at the time that it “intends to continue its representation of Azerbaijan."


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