News 14 january — 09:41

Erdogan: Turkey supports creating conditions for coexistence of Azerbaijanis and Armenians in Karabakh


As has been informed before, Russian President Vladimir Putin in a phone call on Wednesday briefed Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on a recent trilateral summit held in Moscow.

As informs Anadolu Agency, for his part, Erdogan voiced support for Russia’s efforts on solving the Nagorno Karabakh issue and spoke in favour of continuing to coordinate the joint actions, including the economic development of the region and the promotion of mutually beneficial projects.

Putin and Erdogan discussed the formation of the Turkish-Russian Ceasefire Monitoring Centre and all military actions in Nagorno Karabakh.

The Turkish president noted that Ankara was in favour of creating conditions for the coexistence of Azerbaijanis and Armenians in Nagorno-Karabakh without the presence of peacekeepers and a monitoring process.

'Achievement of this goal will again show the whole world the constructive results of the Turkish-Russian partnership,' said Erdogan.

The two leaders also discussed bilateral issues such as trade volume between the two countries, expanding cooperation in key areas, as well as combating the coronavirus pandemic, including the implementation of plans for the joint production and use of vaccines.

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