Joint commission on the demarcation of the Georgia-Azerbaijani border has met in Baku

14.05.2019 - The joint commission on the demarcation of the Georgia-Azerbaijani border held its meeting in Baku chaired by the Georgian Prime Minister’s special representative, Deputy Foreign Minister Lasha Darsalia and the Azerbaijani President’s special representative, Deputy Foreign Minister Khalaf Khalafov.
 
The sides discussed the border delimitation process, noting that 2/3 of the border has been agreed on and now further communication is needed to reach agreement over the remaining sections. The Commission members agreed to meet again next week.
 
 
Both sides stressed the importance to avoid provocations around the issue and agreed to act with the spirit of strategic partnership and to resume work on the borderline adjacent to David Gareji Monastery.
Expressing their commitment to conduct negotiations in a constructive atmosphere, the sides highlighted the necessity of acting in line with good-neighbourly relations and strategic partnership.