Opinion: Is the meeting between Pashinyan and Erdogan in Prague enough to stimulate the Armenia-Turkey normalisation process?

The first face to face meeting between Armenian prime minister, Nikol Pashinyan, and Turkish President, Recip Tayip Erdogan, took place in Prague on 6 October, on the margins of the summit of the European Political Community. In this op-ed for commonspace.eu, Benyamin Poghosyan says that whilst in the summer there was hope of an early breakthrough in the Armenia-Turkey normalisation process, decisions agreed by the special envoys of the two countries have not been implemented. Poghosyan wonders if the Pashinyan-Erdogan meeting may stimulate the process, or if further work in the process of building confidence and trust is required?

Read the op-ed here