Armenia "discussing" demarcation committee with Russia, Azerbaijan


PanARMENIAN.Net - The Chairman of the parliament's Standing Committee on Foreign Relations Eduard Aghajanyan has said that discussions on forming a delimitation and demarcation committee are currently underway, and that "there is nothing new about it".

"This road is naturally not smooth. The most important thing is that this work is underway, which is the best proof that all the parties are really interested in resolving the issue and coming up with acceptable options," Aghajanyan said on Monday, December 6, according to Pastinfo.

Secretary of the Security Council Armen grigoryan said earlier that the Armenian, Russian and Azerbaijani Deputy Prime Ministers were unable to reach agreements at a recent meeting in Moscow. According to him, the reason behind this is that "Azerbaijan hasn't been constructive".

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