Turkey, Armenia To Appoint Special Representatives For Talks

The governments of Turkey and Armenia said they would appoint special representatives to help normalize ties between the two countries.

“Armenia, as always before, is ready for the process of normalization of relations with Turkey without preconditions, which is enshrined in the Armenian government’s program,” Armenia’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Vahan Hunanyan said on Tuesday.

A ccording to Public Radio of Armenia, Hunanyan welcomed Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu’s announcement that Ankara and Yerevan will soon appoint special envoys.

“In this regard, we positively assess the statement of the Turkish Foreign Minister on the appointment of a special representative for the normalization of relations, and confirm that the Armenian side will appoint a special representative for this dialogue,” Hunanyan added.

Cavusogl said that Turkey would move in coordination with Azerbaijan on the normalization steps with Armenia.

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