However, April 24 -- the day when Turkish-Armenian Pvt. Sevag Şahin Balıkçı was killed and also the date the Armenian diaspora has chosen to commemorate the incidents of 1915, when hundreds of thousands of Armenians were killed in the Ottoman Empire during World War I -- is quite a different day from the previous one. It is a day that Turkey refuses to remember, but a day the Armenians always want to keep alive in their memory. The best article on the opposite emotions the two days create was written by Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink. This year on April 24, I am in Malatya, where both Dink and I were born. On the one hand, I wish all a happy April 23, the day marking the smartest political decision in Turkey’s history, and on the other hand, I commemorate the black stain on Armenian history. Let’s meet on April 23.5!