|ARMENIANS IN THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE
all the other minorities of the Ottoman Empire, the Armenians lived in welfare and peace
for centuries. The Armenians never massacred by the Turkish army. On the contrary, they
have always been in the significant positions of the government and society.
FAMOUS ARMENIANS OF THE OTTOMAN GOVERNMENT
Gircikyan - Counsellor of the first Turkish Ambassador, Resid Pasha.
Agaton- Chairman of the Ottoman Post and Telegram Office (1848-50).
Abro- General secretary of the Ministry of International Affairs (1850-).
Laz- Secretary in the Turkish Embassy in Paris (1863).
Odyan- Principle of the International courts.
Effendi- First Secretary of Ministry of International Affairs (1870-1871)
K. Reisyan- Judge
Dadyan Paa- Counsellor in Ministry of foreign Affairs (1880)
Aleksan Bey- Ottoman Ambassador for Belgium (1862)
Zohrab Effendi- Ottoman Ambassador for London (1838-1839)
Duz Bey- Ottoman Ambassador for Italy (1900-1907)
Misakyan Effendi- Ottoman Ambassador for La Haye (1900-1907)
Balyan- Turkish Consulate for Italy (1900)
Manuk-Counsellor of Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Noradunkyan-Minister of Foreign Affairs (1912)
Kazazyan Pasha- Minister of Finance
Portukal Pasha- Counsellor of the Ministry of Finance (1886)
Ohannes Pasha- General Secretary of Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1871), Minister of
Artin Davut Pasha- Ottoman Ambassador for Vienna (1856-1857), Governor of Lebanon (1861),
Minister of Internal Affairs (1868)
Sinopyan- Minister of Internal Affairs
Agaton- Chairman of PTT (1864)
Serpos Effendi- General Secretary of Turkish Communication (1868)
Mardikyan-Minister of Communication (1913)
Terziyan, Nisan Gugasyan, Tavit Circiyan- Professors of Political Science.
Zohrab, Bedros Hallaciyan- Istanbul deputies