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Turkey, Armenia Hold Rare Talks to Normalize Relations

TurkeyTurkey and Armenia held talks in Moscow on Friday. Credit: Turkish Presidency

Turkey and Armenia held talks in Moscow, Russia, on Friday. The two countries are seeking to normalize relations and reopen borders.

Turkey and Armenia have not been linked diplomatically or commercially for the past three decades. This is the first attempt to rebuild relations since a failed peace accord in 2009.

The nations’ relationship has been historically strained over a number of issues, most significantly the 1915 Armenian genocide which caused the death of 1.5 million Armenians at the hand of the Ottoman Empire.

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