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Armenia-Azerbaijan Meet Again for Border Talks: Draft Guidelines and Regulations Discussed



Armenia-Azerbaijan Meet Again for Border Talks: Draft Guidelines and Regulations Discussed

The seventh meeting of the Armenian Commission on Delimitation and Border Security and the Azerbaijani State Commission on the Delimitation of the State Border took place at the Armenia-Azerbaijan border. The meeting, held under the chairmanship of Deputy Prime Minister of Armenia Mher Grigoryan and Deputy Prime Minister of Azerbaijan Shahin Mustafayev, aimed to further discussions on border-related issues.


The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Armenia reported that both parties engaged in constructive dialogue, exchanging views on matters crucial to border delimitation. A focal point of the discussions was the alignment of the draft Regulation on joint activity between the commissions, emphasizing cooperation in securing the State Border between the two nations.


The commissions also delved into the development of relevant guidelines for the order of border delimitation. This step is seen as a significant stride toward establishing a clear framework for managing the border and resolving potential disputes


A key outcome of the meeting was the agreement to expedite the alignment of the draft Regulation on joint activity. Both parties expressed their commitment to completing this process within a short timeframe.


Additionally, plans for the next meeting between the commissions were solidified, with the parties reaching an agreement on the date and location.

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