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Trilateral Working Group Of Azerbaijan, Armenia And Russia Discusses Transport

Trilateral working group of Azerbaijan, Armenia and Russia discusses transport

Moscow, Russia (PortSEurope) February 1, 2021 – Deputy prime ministers of Azerbaijan, Armenia and Russia have met to discuss the aims of the trilateral group of countries in the transport field. On January 11, Russian President Vladimir Putin hosted a trilateral meeting in Moscow with the leaders of Armenia and Azerbaijan, nearly two months after a Russia-brokered cease-fire agreement ended six weeks of fighting over
the breakaway region of Nagorno-Karabakh. Following the talks, a joint statement was issued by the Kremlin announcing the creation of a trilateral working group to oversee the unblocking of all economic and transport links in the affected region. Subsequently, Deputy Prime Minister of Azerbaijan Shahin Mustafayev, Deputy Prime Minister of Armenia Mher Grigoryan and Deputy Prime Minister of Russia Alexei Overchuk held the first meeting of the trilateral working group in Moscow. The group will establish the expert subgroups in: railway, automobile and intermodal transport;transportation, including security, border, sanitary, veterinary, phytosanitary and other types of control. The next meeting of the trilateral working group is scheduled to be held in Moscow. The date will be fixed by the co-chairs in due course. Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2021.

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