by Marianna Mkrtchyan
No documents, including in the field of energy, can be signed with Armenia in the current situation, Foreign Minister of Turkey Ahmet Davutoglu said in response to the question by Sezgin Tanr?kulu, the main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) Deputy Chairman, according to Ermenihaber.
The Turkish minister said cooperation with Armenia in the field of energy will be promising only after "the Armed Forces of Armenia are withdrawn from the Azerbaijani territories."
Then Armenia will get an opportunity to involve in regional projects, Davutoglu said. He emphasized that Ankara does not impose embargo on Armenia, as the latter carries out freight activity with third countries via the territory of Turkey, charter flights operate between the two countries and the Armenian citizens are issued visas to visit the neighbor country.
The minister recalled his meeting with Edward Nalbandian in Yerevan last December on sidelines of the BSEC Summit, stressing that no agreements were signed then.