Maria Zakharova: “We hope that Brussels will not try to play geopolitical games
Russia is ready to assist Armenia and Azerbaijan in the process of delimitation and demarcation of borders.
Do this on May 25 Russia Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharov said at a briefing:
“We have repeatedly said that ArmeniaAzerbaijan We can provide advisory support to the work of the bilateral commission on delimitation of the border. “
Zakharov stressed that Russia Has “unique expert potential in delimitation and settlement of border disputes in the former Soviet Union.”
The representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry reminded that Moscow has the necessary cartographic materials for this work.
Zakharova did not say from which cartographic materials or maps the conversation took place.
He added that “a team of Russian experts is ready to provide advisory support.”
If Brussels does not play a “geopolitical game”
Maria Zakharov during a briefing Europe He also touched upon the activities of the Council of the Union in this direction and reacted quite nervously:
“It simply came to our notice then Europe Tripartite statements adopted at the highest level of the Union (Russia, Azerbaijan and Statements of the Armenian Leaders-ed.) We are making persistent efforts to implement the process. We hope that Brussels will help to implement these statements and will not try to play more geopolitical games. “
Azerbaijan and agreement between Armenia on delimitation and border security commission in Brussels Europe Obtained through the Union.
The first meeting of the border commissions, chaired by the deputy prime ministers of the two countries, was held on May 24 on the Azerbaijani-Armenian border.
Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei Rudenko said on May 25 that the second meeting of the commissions would take place next week Moscow will be held.
In Brussels on May 22, mediated by the President of the Council of the European Union Charles Michel Azerbaijan presidents Ilham Aliyev He met with Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan.
The parties agreed to start work on the commission on demarcation of borders.
One day after that meeting, on May 23, the leaders of the two countries established a commission on the border and approved its composition.