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Turkish, Armenian leaders could meet, but nothing planned, minister says

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  • Turkish, Armenian leaders could meet, but nothing planned, minister says

    Turkish, Armenian leaders could meet, but nothing planned, minister says

    AP Worldstream
    May 05, 2005

    Turkey's Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul on Thursday left open the
    possibility that leaders from Armenia and Turkey could meet, but said
    nothing concrete was planned, the Anatolia news agency reported.

    Asked about Turkish press reports that Turkish Prime Minister Recep
    Tayyip Erdogan and Armenian President Robert Kocharian could meet
    during May 9 Victory Day celebrations in Moscow or at a Council of
    Europe summit scheduled for May 15-16 in Warsaw, Gul said: "It could
    be, but nothing is planned," Anatolia reported.

    Gul, speaking to reporters before flying to Kyrgyzstan, said that
    ministers from Armenia and Turkey have met in the past although the
    two neighbors do not have diplomatic relations, Anatolia said.

    Turkey and Armenia disagree over the mass killings of Armenians at
    the time of World War I that Armenians say was genocide.

    Armenians say some 1.5 million Armenians were killed in a deliberate
    genocidal campaign by Ottoman Empire authorities.

    But Turkey says Armenia inflates the death toll and says the Armenians
    were killed or displaced in civil unrest during the collapse of
    the empire.

    Erdogan has said Turkey might establish political ties if Armenia
    agreed to set up a joint commission to investigate the killings.
    Armenia says it is ready to re-establish relations with Ankara,
    but without any preconditions.

    The issue has gained new urgency as Turkey seeks membership in the
    European Union.
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