TURKEY VOTES: Erdoğan, Turkish opposition and Armenia normalization

In the run-up to the second round of Turkey’s presidential elections, Aras Editor-in-Chief Rober Koptaş joins CivilNet to discuss the potential foreign policy approaches of both President Erdoğan and the opposition leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu. Koptaş also discusses how the two contenders for the presidency may approach relations with Armenia and the normalization process.

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