Turkic Countries Should Re-write Common History and Define Common Future – Turkic Prime Minister
Azerbaijan, Baku / Тrend corr S. Ilhamgizi / The Turks living in Iraq, Cyprus, Balkans and Romania have similar problems, which have only one way out - cooperation and mutual support. That will help Turkic countries to become stronger, the Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said at the 11th meeting of friendship, fraternity and cooperation amongst Turkic countries ad communities in Baku on 17 November.
According to Erdogan, cooperation, stability and development, as well as common history, culture and religion, open wide opportunities to Turkic countries.
"If we do not develop, we will be separated one from another. Proper governing, legality, regional and international cooperation will give an impetus to cooperation. Our human sources and natural wealth is enough to resolve all problems. We just should strengthen all relations," Erdogan said. The Prime Minister urged Turkic states to re-write their common history and to define common future.