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Populated by fluent Hebrew speakers, the Israel desk of Armenia’s foreign ministry waited back in 1991 in the wake of the collapse of the Soviet Union for a phone call that never came.
The ministry was convinced that Israel, with whom Armenia shared an experience of genocide, were natural allies.
The ministry waited in vain. Israel never made the call.
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