Obama, Erdogan discuss Armenia-Turkey relations
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan met with U.S. President
Barack Obama on Friday.
Erdogan, who attended G-20 Summit in Pittsburgh, held a meeting with
Obama after the summit.
The parties discussed problems in the Middle East as well as Turkey,
Armenia and Azerbaijan relations.
Obama told Erdogan that the recent developments in Turkey-Armenia
relations were positive, and he stressed the importance of these
relations for the region.
Erdogan and Obama also dwelt on the Karabakh issue. Erdogan said that
it would make things easier if the Minsk Group was involved in the
solution process more actively, Turk.net reports.