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Turkish, Azerbaijani, Armenian leaders meet ahead of summit in Prague

Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Ilham Aliyev, Nikol Pashinyan have brief chat ahead of 1st meeting of European Political Community summit

Diyar Guldogan  | 06.10.2022 - Update : 06.10.2022
Turkish, Azerbaijani, Armenian leaders meet ahead of summit in Prague


Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, his Azerbaijani counterpart Ilham Aliyev and Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan on Thursday had a brief conversation ahead of the European Political Community summit in Prague, the Czech capital.

Erdogan, Aliyev, and Pashinyan gathered at the foyer in Prague Castle.

French President Emmanuel Macron and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban also joined the chat.

During their conversation about the Organization of Turkic States, Erdogan told Macron: "Let's get you in too."

Erdogan then joined the leaders for a family photo.

The European Political Community has gathered leaders of the 27 EU states and 17 other European countries – Türkiye, the UK, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Albania, Armenia, Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Montenegro, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Norway, Switzerland, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Moldova, and Georgia.

Later in the day, Erdogan will hold sideline meetings with other leaders in attendance, including Pashinyan.

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