After the meeting of Rais-Putin-Erdogan in Tehran, where the Iranian side again raised the issue of the inadmissibility of changing the border with Armenia in front of Putin and Erdogan, Turkish Foreign Minister Cavusoglu said in an interview with Turkish state television that although the Armenian-Turkish process is proceeding at the bilateral level, but in fact it is a trilateral process, since they everything is coordinated with Baku. “This is a reality, regardless of whether the residents of Armenia like it or not. we are one nation, two states,” Cavusoglu said. Thus, despite the statements of Armenian and Turkish officials about the normalization of relations without preconditions, Cavusoglu actually declares Turkish preconditions related to the requirements and interests of Baku. At the same time, they are part of a broader package of Turkish preconditions. In particular, hinting at the Armenian-Turkish delimitation commission, the Turkish side raises the issue of updating the Russian-Turkish treaty of 1921 in Kars with wider application, including recognition of Artsakh and Nakhichevan as belonging to Baku. Western Armenia qualifies this statement of Turkey as depraved, noting that this country has been occupying the territory of Western Armenia for a century, not allowing indigenous people to live and create on their own land.