The Azerbaijani troops have liberated 13 more villages located in the Upper Karabakh region from the decades-long Armenian occupation, President Ilham Aliyev announced via a social media post shared on the official Twitter page on Wednesday to update the public on the military efforts to solve the dispute between Baku and Yerevan.
As speaking to the ruling AK Party deputies during a weekly parliamentary meeting in the capital Ankara on Wednesday, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan stressed in his speech that Turkey is sincere in its efforts to put an end to the decades-long dispute over the Upper-Karabakh region.
"I am sad and frustrated not because of this disgusting attack on me personally but because of the impertinence taking aim at our prophet we love more than ourselves," Turkish President Erdoğan said in his speech to the ruling AK Party lawmakers in the parliament on Wednesday as calling the caricature of Islamophobic French magazine Charlie Hebdo "immoral and disgusting".
"If the terrorists here are not cleared as we were promised, we have the legitimate right to mobilise once again," Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said in a speech to the ruling AK Party lawmakers in the parliament on Wednesday.
Baku announced on Wednesday that the Armenian missile strikes on its Barda district near the Nagorno-Karabakh frontline killed 21 civilians. Azerbaijani presidential aide Hikmet Hajiyev said the occupying Armenian forces carried out the missile attacks on Barda, that killed at least 21 civilians, and leaving dozens of others injured.