The Azerbaijan Deputy Foreign Minister, Khalaf Khalafov, said that the meeting of the boundary delimitation and demarcation experts of Azerbaijan with Georgia and Russia will take place in February. The meeting will take place in Baku, Trend reports.
Touching on the question regarding the David Garaji Complex, which is located on the border of Azerbaijan with Georgia, Khalafov said that the topic of discussions is to determine the state borders, and this will be carried out on base of the legal norms. The borders will be defined in accordance with these norms, and the compromises, exchanges or other adding can not be the topic of the discussions, the Deputy Minister said.
Touching up on the legal status of the Caspian Sea, he said that Iran, as initiator of the summit, will organize the meeting in Tehran.
Two meetings have already been held for this purpose in October and December 2006. Work has been implemented over the project of the result document. Large part of the declaration project has been agreed. Several questions have remained, and therefore, meeting needs to be held, said the Deputy Minister.
Therefore, we decided that the meeting of the working group takes place in the second half of January 2007, and if we can minimize the number of the questions remaining open, and come to a common conclusion in several principal questions, we can agree on the date of the meeting of the Foreign Ministers, said Mr. Khalafov.