Euronews 13 Sep 2020

US urges Turkey to back diplomacy amid mounting tensions with Greece in Mediterranean


US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has urged Turkey to engage in dialogue and take no more actions to increase tensions with Greece in the Eastern Mediterranean.

#Turkey called Tuesday for the world to back #Azerbaijan in the conflict over the Nagorno-#Karabakh region and downplayed the need for a ceasefire as fighting between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces raged for a tenth day.
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