Turkish president gives Azerbaijani partner Anadolu Agency book on Karabakh triumph
The book’s presentation was composed by Erdogan and its introduction by Serdar Karagoz, the office’s administrator and chief general.
‘Anadolu Agency leaves mark on future’
“The consecrated Karabakh Victory is a symbol of honor that demonstrates to the entire world that Turkey and Azerbaijan’s comprehension of ‘one country, two states is as yet alive in the 21st century,” composed Erdogan in his presentation.
“On 27 September 2020, the Turkish country and state remained by their Azerbaijani siblings and sisters against the assaults of the possessing powers of Armenia with every one of their means, and will keep on doing as such,” he proceeded.
The Turkish president additionally recognized “every one of the saints who forfeited their lives to free Karabakh and the involved Azerbaijani terrains” and wished recuperation to veterans of the contention.
“I indeed compliment the President of Azerbaijan, my sibling, Ilham Aliyev, for his military, political and discretionary achievement, and genuinely praise the Azerbaijani individuals for their fair position,” he added.
Saluting Anadolu Agency on the book, he said it “makes an imprint on what’s to come.”
“I might want to offer my thanks to Anadolu Agency’s administration and representatives who made this work conceivable,” he composed.
In the book’s prelude, Karagoz focused on the organization’s persistent effort, with benevolence, mental fortitude, and polished skill, to enlighten the world regarding the Karabakh struggle, step by step, with extraordinary photographs, even as numerous worldwide media sources ignored the conflict.
“We trust that this work will stay for people in the future as a radiant report of the Azerbaijan-Turkey companionship and fellowship. Karabakh is Azerbaijan,” he noted.
Karagoz likewise honored Azerbaijani fighters who lost their lives during the freedom of involved terrains.
Among the Turkish authorities going with Erdogan on his one-day working visit to Azerbaijan at Aliyev’s greeting, were Foreign Minister, Mevlut Cavusoglu, National Defense Minister, Hulusi Akar, Environment and Urbanization Minister, Murat Kurum, Transport and Infrastructure Minister, Adil Karaismailoglu, Communications Director, Fahrettin Altun, and official representative, Ibrahim Kalin.
Erdogan likewise went to the initiation of the Fuzuli International Airport and the historic service of a parkway in a similar city.
Freedom of Karabakh
Relations between the previous Soviet republics of Azerbaijan and Armenia have been tense beginning around 1991 when the Armenian military involved Nagorno-Karabakh, otherwise called Upper Karabakh, a domain globally perceived as a feature of Azerbaijan and seven nearby areas.
New conflicts were ejected on 27 September 2020, with the Armenian armed force dispatching rehashed assaults on regular people and Azerbaijani powers and furthermore disregarding a few philanthropic truce arrangements.
During the 44-day struggle, Azerbaijan freed a few urban areas and exactly 300 settlements and towns that were involved by Armenia for almost thirty years.
The battling finished on 10 November 2020, after the two nations consented to an arrangement facilitated by Russia.