While Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan was trying to explain to his compatriots living abroad that there are no preconditions in the protocols inked on August 31 on establishing diplomatic relations between Yerevan and Ankara, his Azerbaijani counterpart Ilham Aliev was 100 km to the south from Yerevan voicing Turkic claims for Armenian lands.

The 9th summit of Turkic-Language Speaking Countries was the stage where the claims were made. And it wasn’t accidental that an ancient Armenian region of Nakhijevan – given to the Soviet Azerbaijan by Bolsheviks – was selected as the place for holding the summit.

During the Soviet times it took two hours to get from Yerevan to Nakhijevan. Today, a whole history separates the two.

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