World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu on Monday said the planned opening of an airport in Khojaly would hurt the settlement process.
Davutoglu told reporters in the Azeri capital of Baku that Turkey supported Azerbaijan's opposition to the opening of the Khojaly airport which was modernized by Armenia, adding that the Armenian move was not "well-intentioned."
The Turkish minister said sides should focus on finding a settlement to the conflict, adding that Turkey was ready to contribute to efforts to maintain peace and stability in the Caucasus.
"Everyone must respect the integrity of the borders of countries. Turkey favors a solution over the occupied territories of Azerbaijan on the basis of the protection of the country's territorial integrity," Davutoglu said.
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