Today is Armenian Genocide Remembrance day, so today should be focused on Armenian Genocide.
But of course, the simultaneous and equally horrible genocides of the Anatolian Greek and Assyrian populations by the Ottoman Empire should not be forgotten today, nor any day, nor should they be completely removed from the context of Armenian Genocide. These genocides happened simultaneously to the Armenian Genocide, and were instituted under the same Young Turk agenda of ethnic cleansing of minorities to achieve a Pan Turanist racially pure nation.
Greeks both in Anatolia and in independent Greece were friends and champions of their Armenian neighbors, far and distant, both during the war and after
Do not forget that it was the Greeks who fought for an Armenian Mandate to be kept in the Treaty of Sevres when the US government became cold from the idea of “interference in the Middle East” following the war.
Do not forget that both Greece and Cyprus are two of the very few countries today that officially recognize the Armenian Genocide.
Pontic Greek Genocide Remembrance day is May 19, and on that day I know Armenians will commemorate the loss of 1 million Greeks to genocide just as today Greeks around the world commemorate the loss of >1.5 million Armenians.