Turkey, Azerbaijan, Georgia To Cooperate: Experts
Analysts believe cooperation between Ankara, Baku, Tbilisi is needed for stability and security in region
Speaking at a conference in Baku -- Azerbaijan-Georgia-Turkey Trilateral Relations: A look into the Future -- Novruz Mammadov, a foreign policy assistant to President Ilham Aliyev, said cooperation would contribute to regional security and sustainable development.
Farhad Mammadov, director of the Center for Strategic Studies, said cooperation was especially needed in security and defense.
Mesut Ozcan, acting chairman of Turkish Foreign Ministry’s Center of Strategic Research, said Turkey wanted to improve political, economic and social relations with all its neighbors in the southern Caucasus.
“As long as political will exists, cooperation will continue,” he told delegates.
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