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Turkish newspaper presents Nakhchivan as part of Armenia

14:57, 23.04.2011 Region: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Turkey Theme: Politics, Innovations

An English-language Turkey-based Hurriyet Daily News & Economic Review newspaper included Nakhchivan in the territory of Armenia.

In a map posted on their website the authors decided to present the main river basins. In the section “Regionscape” Nakhchivan is presented as a part of Armenia.

Azerbaijani media is usually very sensitive about such “oversights”. In general Baku responds to such “mistakes” made by European states and Russia by filing complaints. In this case it is more difficult as the error is done by fraternal and friendly Turkey.  

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