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Prosecutors General of Azerbaijan, Russia and Armenia met

A trilateral meeting of the Prosecutors General of Azerbaijan, Russia and Armenia was held in Minsk on June 24 at the initiative of Russia.

A trilateral meeting of the Prosecutors General of Azerbaijan, Russia and Armenia was held in Minsk on June 24 at the initiative of Russia.

According to the Prosecutor General’s Office of Azerbaijan, Kamran Aliyev stressed the importance of joint efforts to find missing persons after the 1st and 2nd Karabakh wars, and stressed the importance of continuing this process.

“The importance of issuing mine maps in protecting the lives and health of people, as well as the inadmissibility of illegal visits to Karabakh, and the need to continue cooperation in this area were stressed.” – It is also stated in the information.

According to the statement, the implementation of the statements signed by the Presidents of Azerbaijan, Russia and Armenia and future cooperation in the legal field were discussed at the meeting.

The 32nd meeting of the Coordinating Council of Prosecutors General of the Commonwealth of Independent States was held in Minsk, Belarus, on June 24.

4 min missing

According to Azerbaijani officials, about 4,000 people went missing in the first and second Karabakh wars.

Only 6 of them fell in the Second Karabakh War.

On the Armenian side, the losses were less than the total figure announced by Azerbaijan, around 1,000.

After the Second Karabakh War, Armenia provided the other side with mine maps of some regions that had previously been occupied and later regained control by Azerbaijan.

Instead, Azerbaijan said it had handed over several groups of Armenian servicemen it had detained after the war.

Reminder

In 2020, as a result of the Second Karabakh War, Azerbaijan regained control of part of the Nagorno-Karabakh region and 7 surrounding districts.

According to the agreement of November 10 of the same year (between Azerbaijan, Armenia and Russia), the fighting was stopped, and Russian peacekeepers were deployed in the Lachin corridor and on the line of contact in Karabakh.

Much of the former Nagorno-Karabakh Autonomous Region is said to be under the control of an unrecognized entity and Russian peacekeepers.

Last year, the parties signed two more statements on the restoration of economic and transport ties in the region.

The Karabakh conflict began in 1988.

Prior to the 1994 ceasefire agreement, the Nagorno-Karabakh region of Azerbaijan and 7 adjacent regions were occupied.

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