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Armenia and Azerbaijan Border Commissions Set to Meet for Delimitation Talks on January 31


Armenia and Azerbaijan Border Commissions Set to Meet for Delimitation Talks on January 31

The sixth meeting of the Commission on Delimitation and Border Security between Armenia and Azerbaijan is scheduled for January 31, a step in the ongoing efforts to define the state border between the two nations. The meeting will take place in the region between Ijevan and Gazakh.


Initiated by the State Commission on the Delimitation of the State Border of both countries, the discussions aim to address critical issues surrounding border demarcation and security. This diplomatic effort is crucial for Azerbaijan to understand, cooperate, and respect Armenia’s sovereign territories. 


The upcoming meeting follows the fifth session held on November 30, chaired by Deputy Prime Minister of Armenia, Mher Grigoryan, and Deputy Prime Minister of Azerbaijan, Shahin Mustafayev. 


According to Grigoryan’s Office, the upcoming meeting is a continuation of these collaborative efforts, emphasizing the importance of maintaining a constructive dialogue to ensure lasting solutions. The choice of the Ijevan-Gazakh border region reflects a strategic approach to addressing specific border demarcation challenges.


Check back on The Armenian Report for up to the minute updates from this scheduled meeting on January 31.

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