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Turkey concerned over incidents at Armenian-Azeri contact line

Turkey concerned over incidents at Armenian-Azeri contact line

PanARMENIAN.Net - “We are following the developments with deep concern,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Selçuk Ünal said on Tuesday, June 6 when asked about Turkey's position.

Meanwhile, Turkish Interior Minister İdris Naim Şahin met with Azerbaijani Minister of Internal Affairs Ramil Usubov in Ankara on Tuesday.

Also, Gen. Hayri Kıvrıkoğlu, Turkish Land Forces commander, left for Baku on Tuesday as part of a series of visits by Turkish military staff to boost military cooperation with Azerbaijan. Kıvrıkoğlu’s visit will end on Friday. Earlier in February, Chief of General Staff Gen. Necdet Özel visited the country.

Following Kıvrıkoğlu’s visit, Rear Adm. Serdar Dülger, the coast guard commander, will also visit Baku on June 19-22.

During the visits, aspects of Turkish-Azerbaijani military cooperation will be discussed and a total of 14 agreements will be signed, according to Today's Zaman.

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