Responding to questions about the Zangezur corridor between Azerbaijan and Armenia, and his expectation from the trilateral meeting he will hold today with Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and EU Council President Charles Michel, Aliyev explained that The opening of the Zangezur corridor is a requirement in accordance with the tripartite declaration Armenia signed with Russia last year.
Reminding that they had agreed on the construction of a railway line and highway that runs from Azerbaijan to Nakhchivan through Armenia, Aliyev stated that the exact route of the highway has not yet been determined, and will be discussed at future meetings. Will.
Aliyev, “Tonight, we will discuss this issue with Charles Michel at a tripartite meeting.” said.
Underlining that the Zangezur Corridor should be under the same legal regime as the Lachin Corridor, Aliyev said that there are no customs in the Lachin Corridor, so there should be no customs in the Zangezur Corridor.
Aliyev said, “If Armenia insists on establishing customs and controlling goods and persons, we will insist on the same in the Lachin Corridor. Armenia will decide on it. We are open to both options. Either or both.” I shall have no customs, or both.” They said.
Stating that they want to close the book of enmity and work out a peace deal, Aliyev said that today’s tripartite meeting with Pashinyan and Michel will clarify a number of issues.
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