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Turkish foreign minister announces plan for closer ties with Armenia

Turkey and Armenia have announced they will both appoint special envoys to discuss normalizing their historically hostile ties.
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Turkey and Armenia are to mutually appoint special envoys to discuss normalizing historically hostile ties between the two neighbors.

Turkey’s foreign minister, Mevlut Cavusuglu, announced the news in the parliament on Monday. He said Turkey would also resume charter flights between Istanbul and Yerevan.

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