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BAKU, June 2. /TASS/. A resolution on recognition of the genocide of ethnic Armenians in the Ottoman Empire during World War I, which Germany's Bundestag passed on Thursday, is biased, Hikmet Gajiev, the chief of the Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry's press service said in a statement.
"We find the resolution on Armenian genocide adopted by the German parliament to be biased and partial," Gajiev said. "Falsifications of history or its utilization for political purposes are inadmissible."
Adoption of a one-sided resolution "on a historical issue as much faked as the Armenian genocide comes forth as a glaring instance of double standards at a time when the German parliament shows indifference towards Armenia's aggression against Azerbaijan," the statement said.