Daily Sabah (28 July 2020)
Presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalın reiterated Turkey's determination to support Azerbaijan in face of Armenian aggression near the border, but he noted that this does not mean Ankara has closed its doors on diplomatic communication channels.
"Turkey will continue to stand beside Azerbaijan at all costs, but this does not mean we are against diplomatic channels," Kalın told a live broadcast on CNN Türk on Tuesday.
Twelve Azerbaijani soldiers, including a major general and a colonel, were killed and four others were injured in the recent border clashes.
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