At the invitation of Aliyev, Erdogan participates in the opening of a new airport in the liberated Karabakh region

At the invitation of Aliyev, Erdogan participates in the opening of a new airport in the liberated Karabakh region Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will visit Azerbaijan, at the invitation of President Aliyev, to participate in the inauguration of Zangilan Airport in the liberated Karabakh region.  Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan intends to go to Azerbaijan on Thursday to participate in the inauguration of an airport in the Karabakh region, at the invitation of his counterpart Ilham Aliyev.  The Turkish Presidency's Communication Department said, in a statement on Wednesday, that Erdogan will visit Azerbaijan to participate in the opening of Zangilan International Airport, located in the Karabakh region liberated from the Armenian occupation.  The statement added that the visit came at the invitation of Aliyev, noting that Turkish companies contributed to the establishment of the airport.  He noted that the Turkish and Azerbaijani presidents will lay the foundation stone for a number of development projects in the region.  It is expected that the two sides will address the Turkish-Azerbaijani relations in all their aspects, and discuss possible steps to enhance bilateral cooperation.  The two sides will also exchange views on regional and global issues, according to the statement.  Erdogan and Aliyev had laid the cornerstone of Zangilan Airport in late April 2021, so that its construction would be completed in just a year and a half, according to high international standards.  It is the second airport of its kind that Azerbaijan is building in Karabakh, and the country's largest plane landed on its runway on September 9 in a technical test.  President Erdogan's plane is scheduled to be the first presidential plane to land tomorrow, Thursday, on the runway of Zangilan Airport.  Azerbaijan plans to build a third airport in the liberated region of Lachin region.  On September 27, 2020, the Azerbaijani army launched an operation to liberate its lands that were occupied by Armenia in the Karabakh region. After 44 days of battles, Russia announced that Azerbaijan and Armenia had reached a ceasefire agreement, stipulating the restoration of Baku control over occupied governorates

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will visit Azerbaijan, at the invitation of President Aliyev, to participate in the inauguration of Zangilan Airport in the liberated Karabakh region.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan intends to go to Azerbaijan on Thursday to participate in the inauguration of an airport in the Karabakh region, at the invitation of his counterpart Ilham Aliyev.

The Turkish Presidency's Communication Department said, in a statement on Wednesday, that Erdogan will visit Azerbaijan to participate in the opening of Zangilan International Airport, located in the Karabakh region liberated from the Armenian occupation.

The statement added that the visit came at the invitation of Aliyev, noting that Turkish companies contributed to the establishment of the airport.

He noted that the Turkish and Azerbaijani presidents will lay the foundation stone for a number of development projects in the region.

It is expected that the two sides will address the Turkish-Azerbaijani relations in all their aspects, and discuss possible steps to enhance bilateral cooperation.

The two sides will also exchange views on regional and global issues, according to the statement.

Erdogan and Aliyev had laid the cornerstone of Zangilan Airport in late April 2021, so that its construction would be completed in just a year and a half, according to high international standards.

It is the second airport of its kind that Azerbaijan is building in Karabakh, and the country's largest plane landed on its runway on September 9 in a technical test.

President Erdogan's plane is scheduled to be the first presidential plane to land tomorrow, Thursday, on the runway of Zangilan Airport.

Azerbaijan plans to build a third airport in the liberated region of Lachin region.

On September 27, 2020, the Azerbaijani army launched an operation to liberate its lands that were occupied by Armenia in the Karabakh region. After 44 days of battles, Russia announced that Azerbaijan and Armenia had reached a ceasefire agreement, stipulating the restoration of Baku control over occupied governorates.
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