Armenia still expecting legal proof for "Azerbaijani enclaves"

Armenia still expecting legal proof for

PanARMENIAN.Net - Secretary of Armenia's Security Council Armen Grigoryan has said that Azerbaijan hasn't presented "any legal grounds" about possessing enclaves on the territory of Armenia.

The Armenian side, meanwhile, does have legal substantiation proving tha existence of an enclave of its own in Azerbaijan, the Secretary said.

"Armenia's position on the matter remains the same: we expect Azerbaijan to provide a legal basis for the existence of its enclaves," Grigoryan said.

Armenia’s Ambassador at-large Edmon Marukyan said earlier that there was no legal ground that any de-jure Azerbaijani enclave has ever existed in the territory of Armenia. Marukyan's remarks came on Tuesday, May 10, after Azerbaijan's Deputy Foreign Minister Khalaf Khalafov said that enclaves in the territory of Armenia will be returned to Baku.

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