A cold war period in the Turkish-Armenian relations has finished and Ankara expects President Serzh Sargsyan's visit, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said.
"A cold war period has come to an end," the Turkish media quoted Davutoglu's words, Interfax reported.
The minister said there is not an enemy conception in the Turkish-Armenian relations. "Our relations with Israel simultaneously serve for benefit of Palestine and vice-versa. Azerbaijan also knows that our relations with Armenia serve its interests," he said.
Sargsyan's visit to Turkey is scheduled for October when a football match will take place between the Turkish and Armenian national squads.