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Armenia, Georgia Agree On Joint Border Control

February 17, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

Armenia and Georgian formalized on Wednesday plans to jointly operate Georgian-Armenian border crossings in an effort to facilitate and expand transport communication between the two neighboring states.

Prime Minister Tigran Sarkisian and his visiting Georgian counterpart, Nika Gilauri, said after talks in Yerevan that their governments will soon start negotiations on the signing of a corresponding bilateral agreement.

“A political agreement was reached on joint border management,” Gilauri told a joint news conference. “Our working groups have started preparing documents. I hope that as a result of that, we will sign an agreement with Armenia similar to the one which we signed with Turkey last year.”

Armenian News

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