Different Views on Turkey-Armenia Border Issue

The suspending of Turkey-Armenia protocols in 2009 had two main reasons: the reactions of the Azerbaijani and Turkish societies. In fact, the main reason for suspending the protocols was the attitude of the Turkish society to this agreement.

Armenia threatens Azerbaijan with missiles

The president of Armenia, Serzh Sargsyan, recently threatened to unleash short-range ballistic missiles (SRBM) against vibrant Azerbaijani cities, such as its capital Baku, thus turning these civilian targets, with millions of residents, into ruins. Just like what Mr. Sargsyan and his Armenian army did in 1993 to the Azerbaijani city of Aghdam and others. In […]

Armenia to Turkey: Don’t get involve in Karabakh

Turkey is not in a position to be a mediator in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict and should not become involved in the matter, Armenia’s foreign minister has said. “Turkey can’t assume the role of a mediator in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. It should not get involved in the process if it wants to contribute to the peaceful […]

Turkish Parliamentary Foreign Relations Commission issues statement pertaining to Khojaly massacre

Turkish Parliamentary Foreign Relations Commission has issued on Wednesday a statement pertaining to the Khojaly massacre. The commission unanimously decided to issue the statement, said Chairman of the Foreign Relations Commission Volkan Bozkir. In its statement, the commission said that Khojaly was a dark page written by Armenia in history.

Turkish PM seeks Armenian apology after Israel

PM Erdoğan seeks an apology from Armenian President Sarkisian for his remarks on potentially reclaiming ‘Western Armenia’ from Turkey Recent remarks by the Armenian leader about “Western Armenia,” an area now in Turkey, were not suitable for a statesman and president, the Turkish prime minister said Wednesday, demanding an apology. “The statements of the Armenian […]