Cavusoglu: "Those, who did not agree when we wanted diplomatic solution in Caucasus, now want political solution"
- 01 February 2021
"Those, who did not agree when we wanted a diplomatic way of solution for the establishment of peace in the South Caucasus, want a political solution now, yes, we agree with it too," said Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkey Mevlut Cavusoglu at the congress of the ruling Justice and Development Party in Antalya, APA's bureau in Turkey reports.
Cavusoglu noted that Turkey was able to use its cam power, and tough power when it is needed and was able to disrupt the games against Turkey, Turkish people: “The things happened in Syria, Libya, Eastern Mediterranean, Karabakh are in sight. There was an occupation in Nagorno-Karabakh for 30 years and oppression. We have proposed a solution many times, there has been no agreement. What happened? Our dear brother Azerbaijan has entered the battlefield and liberated its lands from the occupation. But now, they want solutions in diplomatic and political ways, yes, we agree also for this. For the welfare of the South Caucasus, 3 + 3, bilateral, trilateral meetings continue, we monitor the ceasefire in the region. If Armenia takes lessons from these lessons and acts correctly, Armenia will be the most profitable”.