"Vladimir Putin and I discussed Karabakh in detail. We came to the conclusion that it is time to end the military conflict. I proposed to deal with this problem together. We will talk with the parties to the conflict, but now it is important to decide whether the issue will be resolved or not," Recep Tayyip Erdogan said during a speech in the Turkish parliament.
In addition, during a conversation with Vladimir Putin, the Turkish president said that 2,000 supporters of the Kurdistan Workers Party are fighting on the side of Armenia. This organization is fighting for the rights of the Kurds. It is located in Turkey, and recognized as autonomous, but official Ankara considers it a terrorist community. The PKK was organized in 1978 and is a left-wing socialist party, but in 1980 its members were arrested.
A telephone conversation between Putin and Erdogan took place on October 27, during which the issue of resolving the conflict in Libya was also discussed. The next day, the Turkish president accused Russia of attacking the Syrian opposition training camp in Idlib.
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