Now the sword between Iran and Turkey became 'Erdogan's hooliganism'

Now the sword between Iran and Turkey became 'Erdogan's hooliganism'
Iran has strongly objected to the recent statement of Turkish President Rechap Tayyip Erdogan. Tehran has also summoned the Turkish ambassador in the matter and submitted his protest letter. President Erdogan arrived in Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, in memory of his alleged victory in the Nagorno-Karabakh war that ended last month. During this time, he had read a poem about separatism among the Azri minorities of Iran.

Erdogan read an Azri-Iranian poem about the partition of Azerbaijan land between Russia and Iran during a military parade in Baku in the 19th century. Expressing anger at this point, Iran called it interference in its internal affairs.

Iran's foreign ministry issued a statement on its website on Friday, calling for the Turkish ambassador. It added that the Turkish ambassador was informed that the era of territorial claims and expansionist empires had ended. Iran does not allow anyone to mediate in its territorial integrity.

People of Azeri origin living in Iran speak a language similar to Turkey. Most of the Shias believe in this. Iran is also a Shia-dominated country, while Turkey is a Sunni Islamic country. Turkey openly supported Azerbaijan during the Nagorno-Karabakh War. Due to this the army of Armenia also suffered heavy losses during the war.

The parade was held in Baku to commemorate the victory in Nagorno-Karbakh. Erdodan's presence in it caught the attention of the whole world. Erdogan has consistently supported Azerbaijan. It is believed that with its help Turkey wants to maintain its strength in the region. Even Turkish commando brigades took part in the parade and Turkish drones were also displayed. Azerbaijan's President, Illyam Aliyev also thanked Turkey.

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