Tripartite group for Nagorno-Karabakh affairs created

Tripartite group for Nagorno-Karabakh affairs created
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11 January 2021
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Moscow, Jan 11 (Prensa Latina) Russian President Vladimir Putin, his Azeri counterpart Iljam Aliyev, and Armenian Prime Minister Nicole Pashynian created on Monday a tripartite group to solve unsettled issues of Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
After an over three-hour meeting, statesmen agreed to apply paragraph-9 of the 10 November Joint Declaration in order to put an end to Armenia-Azerbaijan clashes.

The paragraph referred to the unblocking of all economic and transport links in Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, as proposed by the Russian president, the official document read.

According to the document, a tripartite Working Group is created under the joint chairmanship of the Deputy Prime Ministers of the Republic of Azerbaijan and the Republic of Armenia, and the Deputy Head of Government of the Russian Federation.

The group will hold the first meeting before January 30. It will be based on the results of which a list of key working areas derived from implementation of paragraph-9.

In addition, the tripartite agreement for this conference set down rail and road communications as top-priorities, and also determined other areas as agreed.

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