Armenian President Armen Sarkissian has tendered his resignation, saying he believes the country's constitution does not give him sufficient powers to influence events.
Turkiye and Armenia, long divided by a number of issues, agree to continue negotiations without preconditions aimed at fully normalised relations.
Azerbaijan says its forces have "suppressed" the enemy following the incident in the Kalbajar area on the border.
Tehran is wary of destabilisation in Central Asia, which could pose a threat to its economic and national security.
Documenting some of the infamous parliamentary brawls over the last decade.
Armenia announces it will allow Turkiye goods in the South Caucasus country as Ankara and Yerevan take steps to normalise ties.
The first meeting to be held in Moscow will discuss the roadmap towards normalising ties between the two countries, Turkiye's Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said.
Despite differences, there are areas on which Turkiye and the US continue to work and agree, presidential spokesperson Ibrahim Kalin tells a meeting in Chicago.
Turkiye and Armenia agree to discuss steps to normalise relations appointing special envoys and resuming flights.
This is Baku's second time releasing soldiers following a meeting between Azerbaijan's President Aliyev, Armenian Prime Minister Pashinyan and European Council chief Michel.
Turkiye and Armenia have agreed to name special envoys to try and mend their relations and bring economic prosperity to the region.
Top US diplomat Blinken's statement comes after Turkiye's Foreign Minister Cavusoglu said that Ankara and Yerevan will appoint special envoys soon to discuss normalising relations.
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