The resolution passed at the Senate concerning the recognition of the Armenian Genocide is non-binding and will not influence Ankara's stance, announced Turkish President's speaker Ibrahim Kalin, commenting on resolution 150 of the U.S. Congress.
"This resolution has no legal force and will not have any influence on Turkey's stable and just stance in political, military, economic or other sector," told Kalin CNNturk.
The speaker stressed that Ankara strongly condemns and rejects the Senate resolution, which "turned the distorted perception of history into a tool for political purposes."
Currently, many in Turkey express this view, claiming that the US takes revenge on Turkey for military actions in Syria and military deal with Russia. Kalin is not an exception. He has announced that Turkey will not deny its national security guarantees only because "several Congress members feel uncomfortable".