Launching discussions over Ankara-Yerevan protocols now is insignificant: Turkish official
Launching discussions over the Ankara-Yerevan protocols now is of no consequence, Turkish Parliamentary Foreign Relations Commission Chairman Murad Mercan was quoted as saying by the Turkish Zaman newspaper.
"Presently, discussions over the Turkish-Armenian protocols will be immaterial," he said.
Turkish and Armenian foreign ministers Ahmet Davutoglu and Edward Nalbandian signed the Ankara-Yerevan protocols on establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries in Zurich Oct. 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.