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Ankara Chamber of Commerce (ATO) Chairman Sinan Aygun Calls for Investigation of His All Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew
5/27/2005
ANKARA (DIHA) - Ankara Chamber of Commerce (ATO) chairman Sinan Aygun stated that national sovereignty has been disregarded completely in Orthodox Summit held in Fener Greek Orthodox Patriarchate [and] wanted Fener Greek Orthodox Patriarch Bartholomeos to be investigated. Full Text


Istanbul Greeks miss EU train
4/11/2005
Turkish laws that were meant to harmonize with EU norms still fail to protect the property of religious minorities Full Text


US State Department Issues Human Rights & Democracy Report on Turkey (released 3-28-05)
4/7/2005
State Department reviews Religious Freedom deficit in Turkey including treatment of Ecumenical Patriarchate; sites work of Archons and US Ambassador Full Text


Nationalist strain deepens as Turkey leans toward Europe
4/7/2005
USA Today and The Christian Science Monitor publish stories regarding Turkish nationalism that may be "incompatible wit the European Union." Full Text


2004 Annual Report to His All Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew
4/7/2005
2004 Annual Report to His All Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew Full Text


The Ecumenical Patriarch on the Holy Land Status
4/7/2005
His All Holiness calls on all religions to respect the authority and responsibility of the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem Full Text


Disturbing signs in Turkish commitment to human rights
4/7/2005
Turkish government is flagging in its commitments to freedom of expression and human rights Full Text


Metropolitan Emmanuel Exhorts Archon Leaders to Open Discussions with European Union
4/5/2005
METROPOLITAN EMMANUEL OF FRANCE TRAVELS TO NEW YORK TO MEET WITH ARCHBISHOP DEMETRIOS AND NATIONAL COUNCIL OF ARCHONS Full Text


Action Needed to Protect the Ecumenical Patriarchate Presently Facing Institutional Genocide
3/21/2005
New developments jeopardize the nearly 2,000-year-old center for 300,000,000 Orthodox Christians Full Text


Remarks of the Honourable Mr. David Arnett, Consul General of the United States of America in Istanbul
3/21/2005
Consul General Arnett emphatically reiterates firm position of US regarding religious freedom in Turkey vis a vis the Ecumenical Patriarchate Full Text


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