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Border Delimitation Commissions to Convene on November 30 at Armenia-Azerbaijan Border


Border Delimitation Commissions to Convene on November 30 at Armenia-Azerbaijan Border

A meeting between the border delimitation commissions of Armenia and Azerbaijan is set to take place on November 30 at the state border shared by the two nations. The gathering aims to address crucial issues pertaining to border demarcation and security between Armenia and Azerbaijan.


The forthcoming meeting, as reported by the Armenian foreign ministry, will witness the participation of Armenia's commission on delimitation and border security, alongside Azerbaijan's state commission on delimitation. This gathering is a result of a preliminary agreement between the two countries to discuss matters concerning the delineation of their shared state border.


The deliberations during this session are expected to encompass a range of topics crucial to both nations, focusing primarily on the delineation of the state border between Armenia and Azerbaijan. This meeting holds significant importance in facilitating dialogue and efforts aimed at establishing clear demarcation lines and ensuring border security for both countries.

Amidst Azerbaijan’s ethnic cleansing and military aggression, the meeting is set to address a long standing territorial land-grab by Azerbaijan. The discussions seek to promote mutual understanding, cooperation, and, most importantly, the peaceful resolution of border-related matters.

The timing of this meeting holds particular significance given the complexities surrounding border demarcation in various regions and the implications it carries.



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