Foreign Ministry: Erdogan’s visit to Moscow can’t affect Armenia-Russia partnership

Foreign Ministry: Erdogan’s visit to Moscow can’t affect Armenia-Russia partnership

PanARMENIAN.Net - Yerevan is not concerned over the recent visit of Turkish Prime Minister to Moscow and the development of Russia-Turkey relations.

As Armenian Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian told a news conference in Yerevan, Armenian-Russian strategic and partner ties are too strong to be affected by Turkish Prime Minister’s visit to Moscow.

“Resolution of Nagorno Karabakh conflict will have a positive impact on normalization of the Turkish-Armenian relations,” Turkish PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan said at the Moscow State Institute on Wednesday, March 16. Erdogan also stressed Russia's role in the negotiation process. "Organization of the trilateral talks with Russia, Azerbaijan and Armenia is an important initiative," Erdogan noted.

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