Russian, Azerbaijani, Armenian deputy premiers gather in Moscow

Top diplomats co-chair trilateral meeting on rebuilding transport links in South Caucasus

ANKARA (AA) – The deputy prime ministers of Russia, Azerbaijan and Armenia gathered in Moscow on Wednesday to discuss ways to restore transportation routes in the South Caucasus.

According to a statement by the Russian government, Alexey Overchuk, Shahin Mustafayev and Mher Grigoryan chaired the 8th meeting of the Trilateral Working Group.

After negotiating the next steps of the presidents of Russia, Azerbaijan and Armenia as part of a joint memorandum of Jan. 11, 2021, the parties agreed to hold the second part of the eighth session shortly.


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