Blinken, Cavusoglu discuss Armenian-Turkish rapprochement

Blinken, Cavusoglu discuss Armenian-Turkish rapprochement

PanARMENIAN.Net - U․S․ Secretary of State Anthony Blinken has discussed with Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu the settlement of relations with Armenia, the Turkish Minister told reporters on Thursday, May 19.

"We discussed the situation in Ukraine, the process of normalizing relations with Armenia, the situation in Syria and the regions," Cavusoglu said, according to Hurriyet.

According to him, issues on the bilateral agenda were on the table too

Turkey and Armenia last December named special envoys to discuss the normalization of ties. Three rounds of talks followed on January 14, February 24 and then May 3.

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