The Foreign Ministers of Azerbaijan Elmar Mammadyarov and Georgia Gela Bejuashvili demonstrated equal position regarding the settlement of the frozen conflicts in the territory of GUAM (Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan and Moldavia), both Ministers said in the briefing held as a result of the consultations conducted in Baku within the working visit of the Georgian Minister to Baku, Trend reports.
According to Mammadyarov, at the time of the consultations, the sides organized debates on all spectrums of questions of bilateral, regional and international co-operation. The Minister stressed that positive tendencies are observed in the economical co-operation. The Minister said that the obvious examples of the co-operation are the co-operation within the projects of Baku-Tbilisi-Arzurum and Baku-Akhalkalaki-Kars railway. The positions of Azerbaijan and Georgia are equal as positions of Moldavia and Ukraine to put an end to the frozen conflicts in GUAM territory and a relevant item has been included in the agenda of the U.N. Assembly General to be discussed on December 4, the Minister underlined.
The Foreign Minister of the two countries also talked about the delimitation of the borders. It was decided to hold the next meeting of the Intergovernmental Commission in November in Baku.
The Georgian Foreign Minister positively assessed the consultations in Baku. According to his, Georgia and Azerbaijan establish their relations at the level of strategic partnership. He stressed that during the consultations, discussions were held regarding the delivery of the Azerbaijani gas to Georgia. The bilateral co-operation in this sphere is very important, and Georgia is interested in the alternative gas delivery, Bejuashvili said. Answering the question about the role of Azerbaijan in the mediation mission between Georgia and Russia, he replied that we do not need mediators in our relations with Russia. We will try to resolve this problem with our forces. In addition, he said that the neighbors can not stay away and may provide assistance.