Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the Turkish president, announced on Sunday. That he will meet Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis next week in New York. In addition on the margins of the United Nations General Assembly.
NATO allies and regional competitors have been at conflict over a variety of maritime. Also on migratory concerns in the Mediterranean.
Greek Prime Minister Vital Partner “Turkey”
On Friday, Greek PM Mitsotakis stated that Turkey was a vital partner in addressing any new migrant problem facing Europe. Also that it need assistance.
Erdogan said at a press conference before leaving for New York that Turkey. Which hosts 4 million migrants, the most of whom are Syrians. However was “suffering the greatest load and the worst disadvantages” of migration. Also that if its counterparts did not, Turkey would take the required actions.
Turkey’s president has stated that his nation is ready for discussions with Armenia. But that Yerevan must first take steps to establish a contentious transportation connection across Turkey’s border.
Since the 1990s, Armenia and Turkey have had no diplomatic relations and their common border has been Siege.
Turkey’s backing for its neighboring partner Azerbaijan. Which fought Armenia last year for control of the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh territory, has strained relations.
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However, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan stated earlier this month. That Yerevan was willing to have talks with Ankara to restore relations.
“If he (Pashinyan) wants to meet with Tayyip Erdogan, he (Pashinyan) should follow specific steps,” Erdogan stated.
He was alluding to the construction of a transit route via Armenia to connect Azerbaijan. In addition to its Nakchivan region on the Turkish-Iranian border.
Erdogan stated, “We are not over to discussions (with Armenia); we would conduct talks.”
“I hope that a good approach, rather than a negative one, prevails there,” he added. “With the opening of the passageways, God willing, the situation between Azerbaijan and Armenia would be over.”
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