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On his way back to Turkey from the G20 summit in Rome, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan presented—on the plane—the details of his meetings held during this summit, and responded to reporters' questions, according to Ermenihaber.am.

Speaking about his talk with French President Emmanuel Macron, Erdogan noted that several issues were discussed, including the South Caucasus. The Turkish president said that he told Macron that positive steps were being taken in the South Caucasus, and that Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev was determined to continue these positive steps.

Also, Erdogan claimed that Aliyev had a talk with Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, during which the topic of creating a platform of six regional countries was put on the agenda.

"Russia, Azerbaijan, Turkey, Iran, Georgia, and along with them, Armenia—if everyone accepts—then we will really create a platform for peace," the Turkish leader concluded.

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