Cooperation on Caspian Sea legal status convention accelerated
Baku, Azerbaijan, Sept. 11
By Temkin Jafarov - Trend:
The Caspian-littoral countries have intensified their cooperation on working out the convention on the Caspian Sea legal status, Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister and the country's special representative for Caspian affairs, Ibrahim Rahimpur, said, Mehr agency reported.
Rahimpur said that the representatives of the five countries, participating in a meeting in Moscow, expressed their satisfaction with its results.
"Until now, the convention on the Caspian Sea legal status is being successfully prepared," he said. "There are a number of issues to be discussed at the next meeting."
The 41st session of the special working group on the convention on the Caspian Sea legal status at the level of deputy foreign ministers of the Caspian-littoral countries was held in Moscow September 8-10.
The delegations from Azerbaijan, Iran, Kazakhstan, Russia and Turkmenistan attended the talks.
The next meeting of the special working group will be held in Kazakhstan. Its date will be agreed through diplomatic channels.
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