Why there are so many problems with the Armenia-Azerbaijan “Now & Before” Border


The trilateral agreement signed by Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia ended the war in Karabakh on November 10, 2020 and drew the general outlines of a future peace treaty. However, both sides immediately began to interpret the text of the statement in their respective way. The main dispute has erupted around the question: where is the border between Azerbaijan and Armenia? The solution to another important problem depends on the answer to this question: to which borders should Armenia now withdraw its troops? The problem of the state border between Azerbaijan and Armenia has turned out to be quite complicated due…

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