True, but, so do the Russians and Ukrainians, and the Russians and Georgians. But IMO if these countries are "truly" Orthodox, they need to see past these stupid quarrels and recognize they are brethren in Christ. (obviously I'm not referring to theological differences, but the worldly conflicts)
To me, that's about as silly as saying that we should expect Germans, Norsemen, Finns and Swedes to get along because they are all Lutheran brothers in Christ. It just ain't reality.
It sadly isn't reality because Satan has been working amongst them. It is the exact same as if I were to suddenly betray a fellow parishioner and started treating them like a stranger and an enemy. Our quarrels and conflicts are stupid and petty. I know it isn't realistic, but it's the truth.
If we deny communion to those who refuse to forgive their fellow parishioners, why don't we do the same with those who refuse to forgive fellow Orthodox?
Ethnophylitism is a heresy, and we have only one membership, and that is the Church. I may be an American according to the world, but I belong to Christ. My Greek friends here in Greece may be Greek according to the world, but they belong to Christ.
This is something I've actually seen here in Greece. When people (for the most part) find out you are Orthodox, they are much friendlier toward you and are pretty open and willing to talk. This carries over into pop-culture in sports and other secular things. But to me, when it comes to the faith, we must recognize that it doesn't matter who is from what country, and what they country has done to ours. We are all one in Christ and his Church.
Again, I know I'm preaching to the choir, and I know that my views aren't really realistic to expect this from everyone (as very few in these countries are very dedicated to the faith) but it is still something that I think our hierarchs need to show. If Patriarch Kirill, Patriarch Bartholomew and Patriarch Ilia came out and denounced Turkey for it's treatment of Armenia, I think maybe it could help set a good example, as well as improve relations.
And in my opinion, on the secular level, I'd like to see President Medvedev, President Papoulias and President Saakashvili all come out and likewise denounce Turkey for it's treatment of the Armenians.
On the same level, I'd actually like to see them all denounce Turkey's treatment of Orthodox in general.