"We are sure that peace agreement between Azerbaijan and Armenia will be signed on the basis of territorial integrity," said the deputy chairman of Turkiye's ruling Justice and Development Party for foreign relations, Mehmet Ceylan at the special conference of the International Conference of the Asian Political Parties (ICAPP) on the theme “Security and Cooperation: Role of Political Parties” hosted by the New Azerbaijani Party today in Baku, APA reports.
Mehmet Ceylan noted that Turkiye-Azerbaijan unity is stronger than ever: "Both on good and bad days, Turkiye stands by Azerbaijan. By signing the Shusha Declaration, our relations reached the highest level. A historical condition emerged in the region in order to ensure sustainable peace and stability. Turkiye has great hope for normalization of relations, there is no other way".