Azeri, Georgian experts on border demarcation and delimitation to meet Georgia
Late this June or beginning of July 2006 Georgia will host a meeting of the Azerbaijan and Georgian experts on border delimitation and demarcation, Garib Mammadov, the head of the state committee on land and cartography, told Trend.
According to Mammadov, Georgia has a 490km-long border with Azerbaijan, of which 98kmkm has been accorded. Work over delimitation and demarcation with this country is carried out in 5 sections and 24-sub-sections. At present documents over 13-15 subsections have been designed. They should be coordinated during the meeting of experts, Mammadov underlined.
The similar work is being carried out in the 370km-long Russian-Azerbaijani border. Almost all issues have been accorded. There are only three sections to be coordinated Stik in Balaken District, Northwest Azerbaijan, Su Govshagi and a forest section in Khachmaz District, northeast Azerbaijan, Mammadov underlined.