Tbilisi, Georgia, Feb. 17 / Trend , N.Kirtskhalia/
Turkey believes that dialogue is the only way to resolve conflicts in the South Caucasus. Turkish political analyst Mahmud Kocak made the statement at a conference in Tbilisi on Feb. 17.
The Conference on Security and Cooperation in the South Caucasus was held at the Free Thought House.
Kocak said the South Caucasus has several hotbeds that must be settled through diplomacy.
"Our goal is to help governments and political groups make appropriate decisions through diplomacy. The region requires dialogue. Turkey's objective is to contribute to removing tensions in the region and resolving conflicts," he said.
The conference discussed security in the South Caucasus and cooperation between regional countries.
"Such meetings facilitate dialogue among South Caucasus countries and promote the formation of new security architecture in the region," Free Thought House founder Mamuka Areshidze said.
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