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 Wednesday, September 3 2014 10:11:57

Tatevik Shahunyan

Erdogan: Turkish-Armenian relations remain frozen until Karabakh conflict settlement

Turkish-Armenian relations will not be normalized until the Nagorno-Karabakh
conflict is resolved, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said at an
expanded meeting with his Azerbaijani counterpart Ilham Aliyev in Baku
September 3, Trend reports.


 


"Ankara has repeatedly stated this," he
said.  In a separate statement made a
few day ago in the Turkish capital, Ankara, the country's new prime minister,
the former foreign minister Ahmet Davutoglu, declared shortly after his
nomination that the liberation of occupied Azerbaijani lands is a strategic
goal for Turkey.  "A state visit by
the elected Turkish president to Azerbaijan has become something of a
tradition," he said. "This testifies to strong relations between the
two countries." "We discussed the issues of developing bilateral
relations between Turkey and Azerbaijan and discussed the prospects of
cooperation during the meeting," Erdogan said.  President Erdogan added that bilateral relations between
Azerbaijan and Turkey must be more intensified. In particular, the existing
problems in the region must be solved by joint efforts of the two countries.

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