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Baku and Yerevan agreed on the start of border delimitation

Flags of Azerbaijan and Armenia

Flags of Azerbaijan and Armenia

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On Sunday, May 22, Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan, President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev and head of the European Council Charles Michel met in Brussels. The politicians discussed the preparation of the negotiation process for the settlement of relations between Armenia and Azerbaijan, as well as the topic of Nagorno-Karabakh.

During the discussion, the leaders of Armenia and Azerbaijan managed to agree on the start of the work of the commission on the issues of delimitation and security of the Armenian-Azerbaijani border. Along with this, an agreement was reached on the further process of work aimed at opening regional communications, reports “Interfax”.

Pashinyan and Aliyev agreed to continue trilateral meetings with the participation of representatives of Brussels. The next such meeting is tentatively scheduled for July or August.

After another aggravation of the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over Nagorno-Karabakh, the leaders of the two states held talks in Brussels and agreed to form a commission that would deal with the issue of delimiting the borders between the two countries. The heads of the Foreign Ministries of the two states were instructed to start preparing negotiations on a peace treaty.

Baku stressed that discussion of the conclusion of a peace treaty should be carried out on the basis of mutual recognition of the territorial integrity of the two states and the renunciation of territorial claims.

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