Armenia-Turkey protocol – beginning of collapse in brotherhood of Turkey and Azerbaijan: opposition MP
Signing the protocol on the normalization of relations between Turkey and Armenia is the beginning of the collapse of brotherhood between Turkey and Azerbaijan, said Shenol Bal, MP from the Nationalist Movement Party, TRT 3 television channel reported.
She also said that Turkey will further see the consequences of signing this protocol with Armenia.
On Oct. 21, the Turkish Parliament began discussions over the Armenian-Turkish protocol.
During the speech by the MP from the ruling Justice and Development Party of Turkey Omer Chelik, MPs from the opposition left the meeting hall of Parliament as protest, TRT 3 television channel reported.
Turkish and Armenian foreign ministers Ahmet Davutoglu and Edward Nalbandian signed the protocols Ankara-Yerevan in Zurich on October 10.
Diplomatic relations between Armenia and Turkey have been broken due to Armenia's claims of an alleged genocide, and its occupation of Azerbaijani lands. The border between them has been broken since 1993.