On February 25, 1992, Armenian troops embarked on a massacre of more than 613 Azerbaijanis, including women and children, in the village of Khojaly.
Azerbaijanis have waited for peace in the Karabakh region where Armenian militias have been in control since 1993.
Turkey's alliance with Azerbaijan has long been a part of its foreign policy, a relationship that's so close that officials refer to it as "one nation, two states."
Azerbaijan says world leaders must recognise the 1992 massacre of more than 600 people by Armenian soldiers as a crime against humanity.
After a six-year war, 20 percent of Azerbaijani territory is still under Armenian occupation. Around one million Azerbaijanis in the area live as refugees.
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