South Korea states necessity of Nagorno-Karabakh conflict resolution based on states' territorial integrity
Azerbaijan and Republic of Korea commit to resolutions of UN Security Council and documents of OSCE Lisbon Summit, and stress the necessity in peaceful resolution of Nagorno-Karabakh conflict based on sovereignty and territorial integrity of states, reportedly said Azer Gasymov, head of press service with Presidents Administration, commenting the mutual declaration of Azeri and Korean presidents.
The declaration states stability in Azerbaijan contributing to peace and security throughout South Caucasus. In a view of social-economic reforms in Azerbaijan, Baku and Seoul stress their interest in mutually beneficial and prolonged cooperation in such spheres as trade, investments, power engineering, industry, science, IT and transport.
With the purpose of this document, the sides outline their readiness to progress close cooperation for enterprises and business circles through simplification of mutual relationships.
As per the Clause 9 of the document, Azerbaijan and Republic of Korea claim their concern in development of transport infrastructure, which, in turn, will boot the trade.
The special significance is stated by Clause 10 of the document, which states that pipelines Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan and Baku-Tbilisi-Erzurum and designed railroad Baku-Tbilisi-Ahalkalaki-Kars contribute to progress of countries in the region.
Clause 13 says Azerbaijan Republic advocates peace on Korean peninsula and supports the policy South Korean government implements in South-East Asia.