Baku, Yerevan agree on joint border commission – Bayramov

Baku, Yerevan agree on joint border commission – Bayramov

PanARMENIAN.Net - Baku and Yerevan have agreed on the structure of the joint border commission on the delimitation of the Azerbaijani-Armenian border, Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Jeyhun Bayramov said Tuesday, May 10.

“The first meeting of the commission was planned for the end of April. After that, I had two phone conversations with the Armenian Foreign Minister. During the talks, we made our proposals on the structure of the commission,” Bayramov told reporters, reports.

The Azerbaijani foreign policy chief said Baku suggested that the commission be headed by a top official, namely a vice-premier from the Azerbaijani side. According to him, Yerevan has accepted said proposal.

"However, as we have already noted, the first meeting has not yet taken place. We are ready for the meeting," Bayramov said.

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev met in Brussels on April 6 and agreed to set up a bilateral border commission by the end of April.

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