The Russian MFA talks about the progress of the activity of the trilateral working group to open transport communications in the South Caucasus
BAKU, Azerbaijan, July 6. Some progress has been made in the activity of the trilateral working group on opening transport communications in the South Caucasus, said Deputy Director of the Information and Press Department of the Russian Foreign Ministry Alexei Zaitsev during a weekly briefing on July 6, Trend reports.
“Work within the trilateral group, co-chaired by the deputy prime ministers of Azerbaijan, Russia and Armenia, to open all economic and transport communications in the South Caucasus continues,” Zaitsev noted.
According to him, progress was made at the tenth meeting of the trilateral working group, held in Moscow on June 3, and at the co-chairs’ meeting on the sidelines of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum. [held on June 15-18].
“The parties managed to reconcile their positions on various aspects of the restoration of transport communications. As is known, in the trilateral working group, the launch of rail and road communications in the region in the interests of Azerbaijan, Armenia and their neighbors is discussed,” he added. .
“The co-chairs will update the media on the results of their work when specific agreements are reached,” the diplomat added.