The Turkish PM said international law also dictates it.
“Until international law is applied, Turkey will strive side by side with Azerbaijan to turn the region into a place of peace. Any negative attitude to Azerbaijan will trigger the same reactions in Turkey, too, as in Azerbaijan”, he said.
Davutoglu said he would attend the groundbreaking ceremony of the Southern Gas Corridor in Baku tomorrow, noting that some countries unfortunately do not understand this collaboration.
“In this regard, Armenia will be left out of these projects for as long as the Nagorno-Karabakh problem and Armenia’s uncompromising position continue, whereas Armenia could also benefit from them as other countries do if Azerbaijan’s territorial integrity is respected and peace rebuilt in this respect”.
The PM also recalled the armed incidents occurred on the front line in late July, asking God to have mercy on the soldiers killed during the tensions.
“They died for honored Azerbaijan and I wish the wounded a speedy recovery from Allah. I myself went to the hospital in Turkey to visit the wounded servicemen therein. I would like to say here that the smallest wound in the heart of Azerbaijan is considered a wound inflicted on Turkey”, he said.