In a multi-part film about the events of World War II, Armenia was shown in its historical borders, including the territory of modern Turkey, ermenihaber.am reported.
The first to draw attention to this fact was the Turkish Maritime and Global Strategy Center (Türk DEGS), which considered this fact an assault on the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Turkey.
The issue was also touched by the pro-government newspaper "Yeni Akit", which refers to the opinion of many unhappy Turkish citizens, demanding that the Supreme Council of the Turkish Radio and Television Corporation (RTÜK) to take action and impose the most severe sanctions on Netflix.
12:44, December 8
LIVE: First press conference of Junior Eurovision Song Contest from Karen Demirchyan Sports and Concerts Complex
11:30, December 8Kanye West calls on Jews to forgive Hitler
20:33, December 7Director of movie 'The Holiday' denies rumors about expected sequel
18:34, December 7Prince Harry and Meghan Markle receive award for fighting racism in royal family
11:30, December 7‘Wednesday’ becomes Netflix’s 3rd most-watched English-language series of all time
19:25, December 6Madonna auctions MTV VMA award
15:21, December 6The Weeknd to release soundtrack for new 'Avatar'
12:29, December 6Rosa Linn's 'Snap' is second most-streamed song of Eurovision Song Contest on Spotify (photo)
11:32, December 6Rolling Stones: Beyonce and Taylor Swift's songs are among top five tracks of 2022
10:25, December 6Junior Eurovision 2022: Armenia's Nare Ghazaryan to perform in 15th spot
23:53, December 5Red carpet of 'Junior Eurovision 2022', participants and ceremony of lighting main Christmas tree (photoreport)
19:02, December 5
Junior Eurovision 2022: Opening ceremony from Yerevan (LIVE)