Georgia and Azerbaijan want to resolve the border issue as soon as possible in accordance with the strategic partnership and interests of both countries, Georgian deputy PM, Minister of Foreign Affairs David Zalkaliani said, the Georgian bureau of Report informs.
He said that readiness to resolve the issue in the near future was expressed at the meetings in Azerbaijan, and the parties agreed to take concrete steps in this direction.
Zalkaliani said that the COVID pandemic complicated the work of the commission on delimitation and demarcation of borders: "But we are ready to resume the work of the commission in the near future," he noted.
The foreign minister said that during his visit to Azerbaijan, issues of cooperation in various formats were also considered: "We support each other in international organizations. This year Georgia is chairing GUAM, and within this organization there are important projects both in bilateral and in a multilateral context."
Zalkaliani called the official visit of the prime minister of Georgia to Azerbaijan useful and productive: "The issues discussed and the negotiation process give grounds to say that cooperation between the two countries will deepen, and our strategic partnership will receive a new impetus."