Turkish troops were sent in the wake of a fall 2020 conflict between Azerbaijan, and Armenia over Karabakh, ending nearly 30 years of Armenian occupation.
President Erdogan hails Azerbaijani counterpart Aliyev's efforts for "a just and sustainable solution aimed at stability and peace in the South Caucasus".
Baku dismisses Yerevan's accusations that it was laying "siege" to a lake on their border, calling such claims "provocative."
Amid a political crisis that has pitted Nikol Pashinyan against the army, the prime minister has announced a snap parliamentary election for June 20.
The exchange was facilitated by Russian peacekeepers who have been deployed to Nagorno-Karabakh for five years under the peace deal.
Russia and Turkey are consistently at odds with each other, so how does the relationship survive without boiling over?
More than two weeks of fighting between the Caucasus rivals has left almost 600 dead, including 73 civilians, according to a tally based on partial tolls from both sides.
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