Armenia and Georgia to Negotiate Delimitation of Borders

TBILISI (Golos Armenii)–Deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia Mikhail Ukeba said in an interview with the Prime News agency–Georgia and Armenia will soon start negotiations on delimitation of borders between the two states.

Ukeba said that negotiations had been suspended because of the presidential elections and formation of the new government in Armenia. "There are no obstacles to resuming the negotiations now–and we’ll start working soon," he declared after a joint news conference with the Armenian Ambassador to Georgia Levon Khachatrian.


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