Putin, Aliyev reaffirm commitment to Nagorno-Karabakh agreements
On the 30th anniversary of their established relations, the two nations reaffirm the importance of the trilateral agreements.
According to Sputnik, the meeting lasted slightly over 4 hours during which negotiations were completed. Among the topics discussed was also the situation in Ukraine.
The Russian President revealed that Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Russia reaffirmed, "The importance of the full implementation of the trilateral agreements reached at the highest level."
He added that Russia would continue to assist in the resolution of any conflicts in the South Caucasus, emphasizing that the delimitation and demarcation of the border between Azerbaijan and Armenia is a top priority.
Putin stated that he and Aliyev committed to working together to restore all commercial and transportation linkages in the area, as well as passenger and freight flow between Azerbaijan and Armenia.
The Russian President was invited to visit Baku by Aliyev who told him Baku would be awaiting him "as soon as the schedule and the pandemic allow."
At the conclusion of the meeting, the leaders signed the Declaration on Allied Interaction, which contains more than 40 key points related to interactions between them.