Turkish vision of stability in the Caucasus
By Messenger Staff
Wednesday, May 5On May 2 Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu participated in a conference held in Oxford entitled 'Turkish Foreign Policy in the Changing World.' He highlighted that his country wants to normalise relations with Armenia as it is sure that this will facilitate peace in the Caucasus. However achieving this much depends on resolving the problems between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
Opening the border between Turkey and Armenia is not enough, as the border between Azerbaijan and Armenia should also be opened, stated Davutoglu, highlighting that resolving this conflict is one of the necessary preconditions for establishing stability in the South Caucasus region.