This morning, Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu expressed his wished for the war in Karabakh region to stop, expecting that it would have a positive impact on relations between Ankara and Yerevan, according to Russia Today (RT).
His remarks came during his participation in the 27th meeting of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Ministerial Council, which was held via video conference on Thursday.
“Stability in the South Caucasus is very important for Turkey,” Çavuşoğlu said. “Turkey supports the liberation of Azerbaijani territories from the occupation.”
Çavuşoğlu also mentioned that the agreement between Azerbaijan, Armenia and Russia represents a real opportunity for peace after three decades of conflict, asserting that it would definitely have a positive impact on regional stability, as well as on Azerbaijani-Armenian and Turkish-Armenian relations.
On the other hand, Azerbaijani youth expressed their heartfelt gratitude, Thursday, for the foreign minister’s solidarity, support for Baku.
“You stood by Azerbaijan in its rightful cause. You have shown the unity, the solidarity of Turks to the whole world,” Azerbaijani soldiers expressed their gratitude, adding that they are proud of the foreign minister’s love and support for Azerbaijan.
The footage also included messages from the children of veterans and the general public, who said: “One nation, two states: Azerbaijan-Turkey.”
“We have always felt your love and support for Azerbaijan. We witnessed this once again during the Karabakh war in Azerbaijan’s march for rights and justice,” they said.
On November 10, after months of clashes, Azerbaijan and Armenia signed a Russia-brokered agreement, under which the ceasefire regime was imposed and all hostilities ceased in Karabakh, with the Azerbaijani and Armenian forces preserving their positions, and deploying Russian peacekeepers on the new front line.