Russia, Moscow, 30 January / corr . Trend R. Agayev / The positions of Azerbaijan and Russia on the uncoordinated sections of the border are coming closer to agreement. Azerbaijan is satisfied with the results of the Moscow talks on the delineation of the Azerbaijani-Russian border, Khalaf Khalafov , the deputy foreign minister of Azerbaijan said to Trend.
The 15th meeting of the Inter-government Commission on the Delineation of the State Borders between Russia and Azerbaijan ended on 29 January in Moscow, Khalaf Khalafov said. The discussions on the remaining uncoordinated sections continued exploring all possible mechanisms to reach general agreement he said.
"I can state that the positions of the two sides have come closer on the three uncoordinated sections of the border. One of the three sections has been partly coordinated in the previous meeting of the Commission held in Baku, however the discussions must be held on the two remaining sections and the relevant coordinates must be finalized," Khalafov said.
"All the developed materials should be reviewed once again to draw up the general document," he said. The agreement will be reached on the all three border sections in the next meeting based on the progress made during this last meeting, Khalafov expressed his hope.
The draft of the Agreement on the Borders between Russian Federation and Azerbaijan Republic were reviewed and the exchange of views were documented in the draft. The document will be elaborated in accordance with the governmental procedures, Khalafov said.
"As a whole we are satisfied with the results of the Moscow talks and the issues discussed give us ground to say that the positions have come closer on the three sections," the deputy foreign minister of Azerbaijan said.
Commenting on the meeting with Grigory Karasin , the deputy foreign minister of Russia, Khalaf Khalafov said that the bilateral Russian-Azerbaijani relations have been discussed during the visit.
"We exchanged views on the completion of the border delineation process, particularly on the uncoordinated sections. The mutual broadcasting of TV channels in both countries was discussed during the meeting. The ways of the cooperation on in this regard is being studied at the moment and the works carried out between the respective bodies will continue which will contribute to the process," Khalaf Khalafov said.
"The next meeting of the Commission on the Delineation of the Borders will be held in Baku and the data from the meeting will be coordinated by diplomatic channels. We intend to hold the next meeting without delay as soon as we complete the preparatory works," Khalaf Khalafov said.