Turkish FM: Help for Armenia talks process would be beneficial
Turkish Foreign Minister Ali Babacan has said, "we have initiated a process in which we discuss our problems with Armenia on bilateral level."
Babacan, who is currently in Munich Germany, to attend the 45th Munich Security Conference, told Turkish reporters that he held talks with President Serzh Sargsian and Foreign Minister Eduard Nalbandian of Armenia and that they made progress during the talks.
"Our target is to fully normalize the relations between the two countries. I think that the third countries' making contributions to this process would be beneficial," he said.
Upon a question, Babacan said that Turkey would deploy one of its frigates as part of a United Nations-led force off the Somali coast to prevent hijacking of ships by pirates.
Meanwhile, Babacan met with Gen. James Jones, U.S. national security advisor, and Richard Holbrook, U.S. Special envoy for Afghanistan and Pakistan.
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