Turkey agrees with the need to de-escalate the tension in Nagorno-Karabakh, but for this Armenia must make concessions.
This statement was made by Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu.
“The countries are proposing an armistice, but that’s right, no one wants clashes. But here it is necessary to understand an important thing: one cannot treat this issue in the same way in relation to Azerbaijan and Armenia. The issue of ceasefire is possible if Armenia immediately leaves the occupied territories of Azerbaijan, ” the Turkish official said.
As News Front reported, earlier the Armenian and Azerbaijani authorities exchanged accusations of shelling along the border, imposed martial law and began to mobilize troops. Turkey, in turn, came out in support of Azerbaijan and sent him about 4,000 jihadists who fought in Syria. In addition, even before the clashes, Turkish military aircraft were transferred to Azerbaijan.In Syria, the ceasefire was violated twice in 24 hours