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Armenia imposes no conditions to start border demarcation

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Armenia imposes no conditions to start border demarcation

Yerevan, Jan 20 (Prensa Latina) Spokesman for Armenia's Foreign Ministry, Vahan Hunanyan, on Thursday said his country is not imposing preliminary conditions on Azerbaijan to start demarcation process of the state border, according to agreements signed to reduce tensions.
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He recalled that in the declaration approved in Sochi on Nov.26, the presidents of Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia agreed to take measures to stabilize and improve security on the border and work on the creation of a tripartite delimitation and demarcation commission.

He stressed that, after those agreements, it was decided to implement a common withdrawal of troops from the border, agreed at a meeting between Yerevan and Baku’s representatives held in Brussels on Dec.14 with the mediation of the European Council, Armenpress news agency reported.

Also on Thursday, President of Armenia’s Security Council, Armen Grigorian, declared this country will keep on working to draft a comprehensive peace treaty with Baku, but clarified that it is necessary to find a solution to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.

With a majority Armenian population, the Nagorno-Karabakh territory has been a trouble spot since 1988, when it decided to separate from the then Soviet Socialist Republic of Azerbaijan.

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