Yesterday evening, Turkish National Security Council summarised the
results of a 6, 5-hour discussio.

The NSC sitting headed by Turkish President Abdullah Gul was attended
by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Chief of Turkish General
Staff Ilker Basbug, Deputy Premier Cemil Cicek and other top officials.

The sitting focused on the possible cooperation of Turkey, Iraq and
U.S. in a combat against terrorism, the presidential elections in
Northern Cyprus, the establishment of peace and stability in South
Caucasus and issues relating to the National Security Council,
reports Anadolu news agency.

The participants also summarised the results of the Nuclear Security
Summit in Washington.

Special reference was made to the recognition of Armenian Genocide
by a number of countries and the situation in Southern Caucasus.

The study of Armenian and Turkish joint history should be unbiased and
scientifically grounded. As for Southern Caucasus, Turkey is taking
steps to ensure stability in the region and enter into cooperation
with all countries," reads a NSC statement