Turkish Prime Minister: Azerbaijan and Turkey can Settle Issues
Azerbaijan, Baku / corr. Trend A.Ismaylova / The Prime Minister of Turkey, Rajab Teyyub Erdogan, stated at the first Forum of the Azerbaijani-Turkish diasporas on 9 March in Baku that Azerbaijan and Turkey are able to settle issues and problems facing them only through close co-operation.
According to him, Azerbaijan land has been occupied by the Armenian side, but sooner or later justice will triumph. Amongst the issues and problems facing Turkey, the Prime Minister mentioned the so-called Armenian genocide and the unfair isolation of the Turkish community of Cyprus.
Erdogan highlighted the importance of unifying and strengthening the efforts of Azerbaijani-Turkish diasporas. In addition, he highly assessed the importance of realizing joint regional projects in strengthening the independence of the two countries.
Unpleasantness for Azerbaijan is unpleasantness for Turkey and happiness for Azerbaijan is happiness for Turkey, Erdogan said.