The "road map" which was signed between Turkey and Armenia on April 23 has been divulged, the Turkish SABAH newspaper reported. The "road map" comprises 5 paragraphs:
Armenia must accept the Kars agreement which was signed between Turkey and former USSR in 1921.
A joint commission of historians must be formed to investigate Armenians "genocide" claims and the third country can join the commission.
The Armenia-Turkey borders will be open and relevant documents will be signed to launch trade relations.
Direct diplomatic relations will be established when Armenia and Turkey accredit their ambassadors to Georgia to Ankara and Yerevan.
Parliament will directly discuss the issues of the "road map" which must be confirmed by any legislative body.
According to SABAH newspaper, although the document does not comprise the Karabakh issue, the two countries' approaching will take place simultaneously with ways of the conflict settlement.
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