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Nabi Şensoy

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Nabi Şensoy

Nabi Şensoy in 2007

Nabi Sensoy (born May 25, 1945 in Istanbul) is a former ambassador of Turkey to the United States.[1] He has been holding that office since January 2006.[2] He was recalled back to Turkey in October 2007 after the United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs passed a resolution condemning the Armenian Genocide in the Ottoman Empire.[3] He returned to his position shortly afterwards. He resigned in December 2009.[2]


  1. ^ Acikalin, Serpil (13 July 2007). "Captured U.S Origin Weapons Increased the Tensions Between Turkey, Iraq and US".  
  2. ^ a b "Turkish ambassador to U.S. quits".  
  3. ^ Ali Berat Meric; Louis Meixler (11 October 2007). "Turkey Recalls Ambassador After U.S. Armenian Vote (Update3)".  

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