News 23 september — 16:39

Prosecutors General of Azerbaijan, Russia and Armenia met in Nur-Sultan


In the capital of Kazakhstan, the city of Nur-Sultan, within the framework of the 31st meeting of the Coordination Council of Prosecutors General of the CIS states, on the initiative of the Russian side, a trilateral meeting of the Prosecutors General of Azerbaijan, Russia and Armenia -- Kamran Aliyev, Igor Krasnov and Artur Davtyan -- was held.

As reported on the website of the Prosecutor General's Office of Azerbaijan, at the meeting there was noted the effectiveness of the trilateral format, positively assessed the work done by the parties to strengthen the rule of law and law and order in Karabakh over the past nine months.

The importance of expanding cooperation in the exchange of information on violations with representatives of the Chief Military Prosecutor's Office of the Russian peacekeeping forces stationed in Karabakh, as well as taking appropriate measures on this information, was noted.

Noting the importance of joint work on the search for persons missing after the 44-day Patriotic War, Kamran Aliyev stressed the importance of continuing this process.

He also brought to the attention of his colleagues the importance of providing maps of mine-fields in order to protect the life and health of people, and stressed the need to continue cooperation in this area.

It was also noted that the Azerbaijani side fully complies with the Trilateral Statement of November 10, 2020.

The Prosecutor General of Russia Igor Krasnov thanked his colleagues from Azerbaijan and Armenia for constructive interaction and efforts aimed at achieving peace and stability for the benefit of the peoples of the region.

At the meeting, the sides discussed the implementation of the statements signed by the heads of state of Azerbaijan, Russia and Armenia and further cooperation in the legal sphere.

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