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Turkey hopes the meeting in Kishinev will be constructive2009-10-08 16:30
Turkey anchors hopes on the meeting of the Presidents of Azerbaijan and Armenia in Kishinev.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Ahmed Davudoglu, the Foreign Minister of Turkey mentioned that Ankara expects much from the Kishinev meeting of the Presidents of Azerbaijan and Armenia - Trend reports citing to CNN Turk.
It will be the 4th meeting of the Azerbaijanian and Armenian leaders since May 2009. So frequent meeting hasn't been held for 17 years, the Minister mentioned.
He believes these frequent meetings are pointed at the constructive problem solving.
Previously Georgia Times reported that the meeting of President Aliyev and Sargsyan would be held today in the capital of Moldova.
"After Yerevan we arrived in Baku with the agreed proposal. The President of Azerbaijan also agreed", said Yuriy Merzlyakov, the Russian co-chairman of Minsk group of OSCE - RosBalt. Aliyev and Sargsyan are expected to meet in the framework of summit of CIS states heads.
Edvard Nalbandyan, the Foreign Minister of Armenia, highlighted that no quick result should be expected in the negotiation process between Armenia and Azerbaijan on Nagorno-Karabakh topic.
The armed conflict was unleashed in 1988. In May 1994 the sides reached the cease-fire regime and since that time the conflict parties have been conducting peace negotiations under the aegis of the Minsk group of the OSCE, with Russia, France and the USA as co-chairmen.