Azerbaijan, Baku, 18 January / Trend corr. К.Ramazanova / Turkey should stabilize its relations with Armenia, Matthew Bryza, the United States Co-chair of OSCE Minsk Group, stated to journalists during his visit to Baku on 18 January.
Turkey closed its borders with Armenia after demanding liberation of the Azerbaijani occupied territories. Turkey does not recognize the accusations by Armenia regarding the so-called Armenian genocide, which was committed by the Ottoman Empire in 1915. "We should settle the Nagorno-Karabakh issue," Bryza said.
Discussing the Nagorno-Karabakh problem, Bryza mentioned tackling the Azerbaijani and Armenian positions in the negotiation process. "I feel that has been both sides have been productive but there are still problems to work over," Bryza noted.
No one may predict the results of negotiations before the presidential elections in Armenia.