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Erdogan meets Azerbaijan’s Aliyev as thousands flee Nagorno-Karabakh

Turkish president visits Azerbaijan’s autonomous Nakhchivan exclave, says swift Nagorno-Karabakh victory brings pride.

by NWMNewsDesk
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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev have hailed Baku’s military victory in Nagorno-Karabakh as thousands of ethnic Armenians flee from the breakaway region into Armenia.

Turkey’s Erdogan arrived in Azerbaijan’s Nakhchivan exclave on Monday for talks with Aliyev to discuss Turkey-Azerbaijan ties and regional and global issues.

Nakhchivan is cut off from the rest of Azerbaijan by Armenian territory but forms a slim border with Turkey.

At a joint news conference with Aliyev, Erdogan said Azerbaijan’s victory in Karabakh inspired pride.


“It is a matter of pride that the operation was successfully completed in a short period of time, with utmost sensitivity to the rights of civilians,” Erdogan said.

Erdogan and Aliyev signed a deal for a gas pipeline and the Turkish leader said “I’m very pleased to be with all of you as we connect Nakhchivan with the Turkish world.”

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