FMs of Armenia, Azerbaijan agree on meeting of border delimitation commission
YEREVAN. April 25 (Interfax) - Armenian Foreign Minister Ararat Mirzoyan and his Azerbaijani counterpart Jeyhun Bayramov have agreed upon the structure of a border delimitation commission and the first meeting on the subject during a phone call.
"The ministers exchanged views on the implementation of the agreements reached at the level of the two heads of state. The sides coordinated the structure of the border delimitation and security commission. It was agreed to hold the soonest meeting of the border delimitation and security commission," the Armenian Foreign Ministry's press service said in a statement.
The sides also addressed humanitarian issues and preparations for peace talks, the statement said.
The Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry said, for its part, that the ministers agreed over the phone on the soonest meeting of the working group on the drafting of a peace agreement.
"The ministers agreed on parameters of the sides to the joint border commission. In addition, the sides agreed on the soonest meetings of the joint border commission and the working group on the drafting of a peace agreement," the Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry said.
In addition, Bayramov and Mirzoyan exchanged views on further humanitarian measures, it said.