“The former Karabakh problem was a bleeding wound not only of Azerbaijan but of the whole Turkic world and Turkey. As you know, for many years, Armenia pursued a policy of aggression and subversive activities. Although Armenia, which did not comply with the requirements of any international convention,  thought that the process would be frozen once and for all, it was wrong,” Yalcin Sarikaya, a professor at the Faculty of Management and Economics at Giresun University and an expert on international relations, told Report’s Turkish bureau.