Russian Border Guards To Withdraw From Armenian Zvartnots Airport

(MENAFN- Trend News Agency) BAKU, Azerbaijan, May 9. Russian border guardswill be withdrawn from Yerevan's Zvartnots airport, Trend reports via Armenian media.

The media said that Russian President Vladimir Putin andArmenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan struck some agreements, andsuccessful negotiations between the two country leaders led to thestop of Russian border guards at Zvartnots airport.

In addition, Russian border guards will leave the points ofSyunik (Zangazur), Gegharkunik (Basarkechar), Tavush, Ararat, andVayots Dzor, where they were stationed by verbal agreement, afterthe 2020 second Karabakh war.

To note, on March 6, Armenian Security Council Secretary ArmenGrigoryan said that Armenia sent an official letter to Russiaregarding the presence of Russian border guards at the capital'sZvartnots airport.

On March 12, Russian Presidential Spokesperson Dmitry Peskovconfirmed receipt of the official notification from Yerevan.

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