lol, actually, here is a nice turkish website for youhttp://www.allaboutturkey.com/agri.htm
if you notice, every time they say agri, they have (ararat) next to it.
so does this one..http://www.turkishweekly.net/comments.php?id=2126
a simple google search would suffice to see that even the turks speak of it as ararat.
clearly, the only reason why the holy armenian mount is mentionned as agri, is for political purposes, a government website has to call it agri, it's turkified name, but knowing full well that most turks arn't even aware of agri being it's name, for they call it ararat, that is why they always put 'ararat' beside it. i highly doubt that they would add ararat to please the armenians, but rather for turkish people themselves to be able to mentally locate it.
i have had conversations with many other turks who call it ararat commonly, all this leads me to believe that your usage of the term 'agri' is obvious provocation, since even UNESCO and international organisations call it ararat.