"The process of preparation for the delimitation of the border with Azerbaijan will start from point zero," Andranik Kocharyan, a member of the majority "Civil Contract" Faction in the National Assembly (NA) of Armenia and Chair of the NA Standing Committee on Defense and Security, said.
Report informs, citing News.am, that according to him, Armenia has given its consent to participate in this process.
In his turn, another "Civil Contract" lawmaker, Eduard Aghajanyan, stated that Armenia is ready to start the process of setting up the respective committee.
Moreover, according to this MP, Yerevan is ready to start the actual work in this regard: "But only after an agreement is reached on certain technical issues. Armenia has sent a written notification to Russia on accepting Moscow's proposals that were made earlier. It is too early to talk about the content. It is about the start of the preparatory work."
According to Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, the proposal of the Russian Defense Ministry on the preparations for the demarcation and delimitation of the state border between Azerbaijan and Armenia is acceptable for Yerevan. Since May 2021, Russia has made three proposals on the demarcation and delimitation of the Armenia - Azerbaijan border: "All three are acceptable to us. Following my statement on November 17, the Russian Defense Ministry proposed a preparatory phase for demarcation and delimitation. I reaffirm that these proposals are acceptable to us."