why you still continue called that place with wrong name?While there is no permanent Armenian state in the region, why do the Armenians who want to claim the region with such a false name do not substitute the right resources for false and biased resources. The sources you have provided, the books written in the 20th and 21st century, while explaining the so-called Armenian highlands, they also describe the so-called Armenian genocide. You have no historical documents or maps. The things you offer are funny. The region has never been called the armenian plateaus. And it was not tried after the Turks entered Anatolia. The word plateau is correct, but there has never been an Armenian plateau. There has never been such a geopolitics. So Refresh Your Resources. Because what you give is fake. Regions with the expiration of the Turkish population in Turkey, she passes. This also has historical truth. Show a single real historical map using this fake term.

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We call this area the Armenian Highlands. You can make your own map if you don't like it.

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