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Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said at the moment his possible meeting with the President of Turkey is neither confirmed nor excluded. His remarks came during his interview to the Public TV Channel.

"Neither our side nor the Turkish side has ruled out my meeting with Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The possible meeting is related to a number of circumstances: there is an event organized by the EU, where both Turkey and we are invited. Both we and they have to make a decision about participation in the summit and the format of participation, and if there is participation, we do not know whether there will be a meeting or not. I made a decision to visit Prague, and I am going to take part in the summit. At the moment I can say that the meeting is not excluded, but I can't say that it will take place for sure," Pashinyan said.

According to him, opening of borders and normalization of relations will be on the agenda of a possible meeting.

Asked whether Artsakh would be discussed, Pashinyan said: "When regional topics are discussed, many issues will be discussed. It depends on our conversation. It will be our first meeting, and the questions will be related to the course of the meeting."

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