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Armenia, Turkey agree to open borders for third-country nationals

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Turkey and Armenia have agreed to allow third-country nationals to cross the border. Their mutual border has been closed since 1993, when Armenia and Azerbaijan clashed. The move follows the restoration of diplomatic relations between Ankara and Yerevan in December last year. A fourth round of talks was held in Vienna on Friday.
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TASS [馃嚪馃嚭-affiliated]

Armenia, Turkey agree on land border crossing by third country nationals

Apart from that, the sides discussed other steps that can be taken to normalize bilateral relations

2 months agoMoscow, Russian Federation
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Al Jazeera

Armenia, Turkey agree to open borders for third-country nationals

The two countries have also agreed to begin direct cargo flights in both directions, despite their strained relations.

2 months agoQatar
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Deutsche Welle

Armenia, Turkey agree to partially open border closed for decades

Turkey and Armenia agreed on the next step toward normalizing relations and will open a border to nationals from other countries. Turks and Armenians, for now, will still not be able to cross.

2 months agoGermany
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Anadolu Ajans谋

T眉rkiye, Armenia agree to allow border crossing for visiting 3rd country citizens

Special representatives for Ankara, Yerevan normalization hold 4th meeting in Vienna - Anadolu Agency

2 months agoTurkey
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Al Arabiya

Turkey, Armenia agree to start direct cargo trade at earliest date: Ankara

Turkey and Armenia agreed in normalization talks between special representatives that the neighbors would start direct air cargo trade between each other

2 months agoSaudi Arabia
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Armenia and Turkey agree to ensure possibility of crossing the land border as soon as possible

2 months agoArmenia
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