Armenia, Turkey envoys to meet in Moscow in bid to mend ties
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But the countries have recently made tentative moves to improve relations and last month appointed special envoys.
Turkey's foreign ministry confirmed the meeting in a statement.
Turkish and Armenian companies have also applied for permission for charter flights between Istanbul and Yerevan.
Late last month the Armenian economy ministry said it was lifting an embargo on Turkish goods originally imposed over Ankara's backing of Turkic-speaking Azerbaijan in the Karabakh conflict.
The six-week war claimed around 6,500 lives before Russia brokered a ceasefire that saw Yerevan cede swathes of territory it had controlled for decades.
In November, Russian President Vladimir Putin brought together Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev for negotiations on easing post-war tensions.
But Armenia never ratified the agreement and in 2018 ditched the process.