(MENAFN- Trend News Agency)
BAKU, Azerbaijan, October 7. Armenia agreed to
assist the civilian EU mission in carrying out work on the border
with Azerbaijan, reports.
This statement was made following the quadripartite meeting of
the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev with the
President of France Emmanuel Macron, the President of the Council
of the European Union Charles Michel and the Prime Minister of
Armenia Nikol Pashinyan in Prague.
Azerbaijan, in turn, reportedly agreed to cooperate with this
mission on issues that affect its interests.
Thus, the mission will begin its activities in October and
continue its activities for two months. The purpose of the mission
is to build confidence and provide support through the preparation
of reports on the work of the border commissions.
The EU and France wanted to create a border monitoring mission,
including Azerbaijan, and use it to enter the region. Azerbaijan
objected to this. Because Azerbaijan is a country that values its
sovereignty. After a firm position was expressed, it was decided
that the mission would operate only on the territory of
Azerbaijan will cooperate with the mission in accordance with
its interests. The border mission will help build confidence and
contribute to the border delimitation process. By agreeing to this
border mission, Armenia once again showed that it is not a
sovereign state. This is a new and serious step against Russia.
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