Turkey Suggests Four-Party Meeting on Karabakh to Russia, Azerbaijan, Armenia
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"Yes, it is our priority to hold trilateral talks as planned earlier. Yet we also suggested meeting in a four-party format as well. Meaning, myself, (Russian President Vladimir) Putin, (Azerbaijani President) Ilham Aliyev and (Armenian Prime Minister Nikol) Pashinyan," he said, TASS reported.
"I said, let’s get together and discuss the steps that need to be taken. As of now, we have received neither a positive nor a negative response to this proposal," the Turkish leader said at a press conference in Istanbul aired by local TV channels before departing for New York.