Center for Armenian journalist Dink's memory opened in Istanbul

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The center of memory of the Turkish journalist of Armenian origin, the editor of the Agos newspaper Hrant Dink was opened in Istanbul.

“The center with an area of ​​145 square meters is called “23.5. Center for Memory of Hrant Dink", which is taken from an article titled "April 23.5",  written by Dink in the newspaper Agos," - says the Ermenihaber publication.

The memory center is located on the site of the former Agos newspaper, which is now called the Sebat.

It is noted that visitors to the center can familiarize themselves with video, audio and printed materials of a famous journalist and journalist.

The chief editor of the Armenian newspaper Agos, Hrant Dink, was killed in the courtyard of the editorial office on January 17, 2007 by Turkish nationalist Ogun Samast.

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