Georgian foreign office welcomes border delimitation deal between Armenia, Azerbaijan

23.04.24 10:45

The Georgian foreign office on Monday welcomed an agreement between Armenia and Azerbaijan on launching a process of border delimitation, noting Georgia was “interested in securing lasting peace” in the South Caucasus region.


In a social media post, the body reaffirmed its “strong commitment” to contributing to a “peace and trust-building process” between the two neighbouring states.

In the deal, the parties agreed to return four border villages - which Baku had referred to as “non-enclaves” - to Azerbaijani authority. The border section in question is located between the Gazakh district of Azerbaijan and Tavush region of Armenia.


The villages are Baganis Ayrım, Ashagy Askipara, Kheyrimli and Gizilhajili.




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