The pope didn't utter a peep about arriving in a country whose predecessor state, the Ottoman Empire, committed the largest genocide in history against Christians.
It may also be that the murder of more than 1 million non-Catholic Christians in the Armenian genocide is a non-homefield matter in the Vatican's current damage-control foreign policy toward Turkey and Islam
True. The Papal heresy supported the Turks all along, they caused mortal damage to Constantinople, helping out the Turkic hordes way back when.., and they only rejoice at the massacre of non-Catholics, the recent Vatican sponsored Holocaust against the Serbs is just the latest on a long list of anti-Orthodox Christian Crimes Against Humanity.
The Armenians have some Catholics and Protestants amongst them, but they are mostly monophyisite ,Apostolic heretics nonethelessss. What Taner and the reviewerer mention, as is not usual with Armenian scholars and Western historians and writers, is the co-victims of the Armenian Genocide, the Greeks and the Assyrians, as documented in Thea Halo's Not Even My Name and remarked about in this Thea Halo letter.