Shusha Declaration raised Azerbaijani-Turkish relations to level of official alliance, Azerbaijani MP says

Malahat Ibrahimgizi, a member of the Working Group on Azerbaijani-Turkish Interparliamentary Group

© APA | Malahat Ibrahimgizi, a member of the Working Group on Azerbaijani-Turkish Interparliamentary Group

# 13 June 2022 11:15 (UTC +04:00)

"Shusha Declaration, which was signed in the city of Shusha a year ago, raised Azerbaijani-Turkish relations to an official alliance level," a member of the Working Group on Azerbaijani-Turkish Interparliamentary Group Malahat Ibrahimgizi told APA.

MP has stressed that Azerbaijan and Turkiye actively promote a new era - an era of peace and cooperation together: "Armenia has already accepted Azerbaijan's principles, as well as 5 basic principles. These principles will make up the basis of a peace agreement with Armenia. As it was repeatedly stressed by President Ilham Aliyev, Armenia can not continue to live in the region as an isolated island, should normalize relations with neighbors, put an end to territorial claims against Azerbaijan, and Turkiye, should not avoid mutual contact in the South Caucasus at a trilateral level. Pursuing a policy by taking into consideration cooperation, constructive, and new realities for the integration into the life of the region, which does not allow revanchism, is the only positive way of solution for Armenia."

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