Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Wednesday that territorial integrity of Azerbaijan was as valuable as Turkey's territorial integrity.
"There is not any other country than Turkey which exerted that much effort on this issue," added Davutoglu who addressed Turkish Parliament and gave information about the protocols signed by Turkey and Armenia on October 10 to establish diplomatic ties and develop bilateral relations.

Davutoglu said that one of the targets of the protocols was to establish a general normalization basis in Caucasus.

He recalled that many paragraphs in the protocols were making a reference to normalize bilateral relations and thus to advance peace, security and stability in the region.

Noting that Turkey's efforts for the territorial integrity of Azerbaijan would continue without any disruption, Davutoglu said that he, President Abdullah Gul and Premier Recep Tayyip Erdogan always told that the basic issue in this subject was Karabakh issue.

He added that Turkey would exert efforts to solve the conflict about Karabakh regardless of international, regional and bilateral conjuncture.

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