US Secretary Antony Blinken urges leaders of Azerbaijan and Armenia to allow commercial traffic at the key corridor linking Yerevan and the flashpoint enclave of Karabakh.
Turkish Foreign Minister Cavusoglu hopes Armenia will take part in the normalisation process towards peace and regrets backward steps towards negotiations.
Political tensions between Baku and Yerevan resurfaced in recent weeks after Azerbaijani activists protested along the major route that connects to mineral-rich Karabakh territories.
Azerbaijani activists are protesting along Lachin corridor, the road that connects Armenia to Karabakh, as Baku says its mining sites in the region are being illegally exploited by Yerevan.
Armenian claims that Baku is not interested in peace and stability in the region are "nothing but hypocrisy," said Azerbaijan's Foreign Ministry.
The Turkish foreign minister also affirmed that Türkiye and Azerbaijan are sincere about normalisation and urged Armenia to also take sincere steps and sign a peace agreement soon.
It is necessary to refer to the names of Azerbaijani settlements with the correct toponyms mentioned in the official documents sent to Russia, said Azerbaijan’s Defence Ministry.
Baku and Yerevan accuse each other of opening fire on border settlements on Monday as representatives from both countries hold US-mediated talks.
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.
Russian Presidency has said all parties agreed on the importance of creating a positive dialogue atmosphere between Azerbaijan and Armenia, and the launching of trilateral inter-parliamentary contacts.
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan says the three leaders will discuss the issues around "stability and security" in the Karabakh region.
It is necessary to corner West by asking for compensation, Erdogan says at joint news conference with his Azerbaijani counterpart Aliyev.
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