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TABDC Vice Chairman Noyan Soyak, was the guest of Aliq Media in their "Tomorrow" program. TABDC Vice Chairman Noyan Soyak Aliq Media-ի «Վաղը» հաղորդաշարի հյուրն էր TABDC-ի փոխնախագահ Նոյան Սոյակը: Հարցազրույցն անդրադարձել է Թուրքիա-Հայաստան հարաբերություններին և TABDC-ի գործունեությանը՝ անցյալից մինչ օրս. TABDC Vice Chairman Noyan Soyak, was the guest of Aliq Media in their "Tomorrow" program.The interview ...

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Better to call Ankara, Yerevan talks ‘normalization’ rather than ‘reconciliation’

Official Turkish - Armenian Business Development Council (TABDC) Vice Chairman says process not an unexpected development ANKARA An official with a joint Turkish-Armenian group said ongoing Ankara and Yerevan talks can be called "normalization" -- more realistic than “reconciliation” that could be considered too ambitious because the 2009 protocols did not bear fruit.  Turkish - Armenian Business Devel ...

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Armenia and Turkey: From normalization to reconciliation (2015)

Fiona Hill, Kemal Kirişci, and Andrew Moffatt   Tuesday, February 24, 2015   For Turkey and Armenia, normalization and reconciliation can be seen as two sides of the same coin. A critical and achievable breakthrough would be the opening of the international border and the establishment of full diplomatic relations between the two countries. However, meaningful progress at the inter-state level does not seem ...

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What Threat Does Turkish Chaos Pose to Armenia?

As the parliamentary elections in Turkey are drawing nearer, the wish of this country’s leadership to cause a panic in the country to cover up domestic and foreign political failures becomes obvious. Armenia is closely following the developments in Turkey where the level of democracy is retreating from the previous level. However, the ongoing developments are evidence that democracy in Turkey was not irreve ...

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