BAKU (Trend)–Russian President Dmitri Medvedev will discuss the Nagorno-Karabakh peace process with Turkish officials during an official visit to Ankara on May 11, the Russian Embassy in Azerbaijan reported.
“In recent years, Russia and Turkey have developed successful relations, one of the priorities of which is the dialogue on stability in the South Caucasus,” the Azeri Trend News Agency quoted Russia’s Ambassador to Azerbaijan Vladimir Dorokhin as saying at a press conference on Wednesday.
He said relations between Moscow and Ankara develop both in political and in economic terms and that development will also be on the meeting’s agenda. “There is a large trade turnover between our countries. We are engaged in energy projects in southern Europe,” Dorokhin said.