Azerbaijan's MFA reveals works done on diplomatic activity during post-conflict stage

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Azerbaijan

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# 29 December 2021 12:23 (UTC +04:00)

The Azerbaijani side has conducted an activity intensively for establishment of inter-state relations between Azerbaijan and Armenia, start of delimitation and demarcation process of Armenian-Azerbaijani borderline, regional cooperation, durable development, and progress in 2021 on the basis of sovereignty, territorial integrity, and recognition and respect to inviolability of international border of each other after the end of Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict on November 10, 2020, it has been reflected in the press release of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Azerbaijan on finals of 2021, APA reports.

"Awareness works have been strengthened on realities, appeared after the Patriotic War through meetings, held in bilateral, regional and multilateral formats, as well as on the sidelines of the UN, the Non-Aligned Movement, the OSCE, the Council of Europe, the European Union, the NATO, the GUAM, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, Organization of Turkic States, and the Organization of Economic Cooperation, sounded statements, and adopted documents, steps have been taken in the direction of establishment of peace in the region, restoration and renovation activities after the conflict, and formation of necessary terms for the return of IDPs," noted.