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Arman Saghatelyan: Recep Edogan's show in Baku has taken Ankara out of the regional processes

  • by Nana Martirosyan

  • Thursday, September 4, 17:40

"The "image saving" show by President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Baku has finally taken Ankara out of the regional processes", - press-secretary of Armenia's president, Arman Saghatelyan twitted.

 

Within the frames of his visit to Baku, Turkey's new president Erdogan said that Ankara will raise the Karabakh issue at the NATO summit. Earlier he said that Ankara and Baku by joint efforts will struggle against international recognition of the Armenian genocide.

 

The NATO summit will be held on 4-5 September in Newport, Wales. The meeting of presidents of Armenia and Azerbaijan is expected within the frames of the summit to discuss the Karabakh issue. However, diplomatic sources of ArmInfo think that discussion of the Karabakh issue is hardly possible within the frames of the summit, as special attention will be paid at the crisis in Ukraine.  Nevertheless, they do not rule out that the Karabakh issue will be reflected in the final resolution of the summit.

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