Opposition parties have been staging rallies demanding Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan's resignation over his handling of Karabakh conflict with Azerbaijan.
Türkiye’s Ambassador, Serdar Kilic, and the Deputy Speaker of the Armenian Parliament, Ruben Rubinyan, “reiterated their agreement to continue the process without preconditions."
Accord between Yerevan and Washington aims to pave the way for Armenia to diversify its energy supplies.
Türkiye will continue to see history as a source of richness in order to establish common relations, Communications Director Fahrettin Altun said.
In message to Turkish-Armenian community, Türkiye's President Erdogan called to "heal the wounds of the past and further strengthen social ties."
Ankara rejects "statements and decisions, which distort historical facts with political motives," the foreign ministry said.
Azerbaijan offers normalisation plan in which a joint commission will demarcate borders according to UN and November 2020 truce deal brokered by Russia.
Türkiye has welcomed Azerbaijan and Armenia's decision to begin preparations for a peace treaty, which Ankara says will help establish stability in the region.
Azerbaijan's President Ilham Aliyev and Armenia's PM Nikol Pashinyan agree to convene a Joint Border Commission that will delimit and demarcate the bilateral border, European Council chief Charles Michel says.
Shusha city is known for its rich historical and cultural heritage and was occupied by Armenian forces for nearly three decades before Baku fought and reclaimed the area in 2020.
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev are set to meet in Brussels next week to lay the groundwork for peace talks to end the decades-long conflict over Karabakh.
Despite the cease-fire agreement, the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry says Armenian forces periodically fire on positions of the Azerbaijani army.
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