Aliyev, Erdogan discuss Azerbaijani-Armenian talks
BAKU. March 16 (Interfax) - Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan met in Ankara on Wednesday to discuss bilateral relations and Armenian-Azerbaijani peace treaty talks.
"The presidents exchanged views on the process of normalization of Azerbaijani-Armenian relations and the peace treaty talks," the Azerbaijani presidential administration said in a statement on its website.
Speaking of bilateral relations, Aliyev and Erdogan underlined successful cooperation between Baku and Ankara in all areas. "The presidents discussed the deepening of bilateral cooperation in the political, economic, trade and energy fields, as well as in defense and the defense industry, and addressed regional affairs," the press service said.
As reported earlier, Aliyev arrived in Turkey on Wednesday on a visit. He will take part in an extraordinary summit of the Organization of Turkic States on March 16.