Start of Determining the Borders between Armenia and the Republic of Azerbaijan

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Start of Determining the Borders between Armenia and the Republic of Azerbaijan

The process of defining the borders between Armenia and the Republic of Azerbaijan has begun.

Armenia and Azerbaijan announced on Wednesday that as part of efforts to normalize relations, they have started to delineate their common border.

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan had agreed last month to Baku’s request to return four border villages that were part of Azerbaijan during the Soviet Union era.

Last week, the two countries confirmed the advancement of border demarcation in the region based on maps from the former Soviet Union era, a decision that sparked protests among residents of Armenian villages near the border. On Wednesday, the ministries of both countries announced the start of border delineation work.

Baku stated that expert groups are currently working on clarifying geographical coordinates based on border studies, while Yerevan emphasized that any transfer of any part of its territory to Baku is categorically rejected.


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