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Azerbaijan, Turkey and Georgia signed a joint declaration2012-06-09 12:51
As a result of the trilateral meeting of foreign ministers of Azerbaijan, Turkey and Georgia, Elmar Mammadyarov, Ahmet Davutoglu, and Grigol Vashadze, held on June 8 in the Turkish city of Trabzon, a tripartite Trabzon declaration was signed, the IA Regnum reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
During his speech Elmar Mammadyarov stated Azerbaijan attached great importance to the development of energy projects in the region.
He also reported that a meeting of economic ministers of the three countries with the participation of businessmen would be held in the Turkish city of Kars on June 9.
With regard to Nagorno-Karabakh conflict and recent events at the front line, in particular, Azerbaijani Foreign Minister stressed the conflict was not frozen and harmed the security and stability in the region. Mammadyarov also underlined that the conflict is a threat to the future of the region, the edition reported.
According to the Armenia Today, the parties agreed to expand the existing partnership between the three countries to promote common development, security, stability and prosperity in the region and world at large.
They emphasized the importance of exchanging views on regional and international issues of common interest and agreed to further intensify consultations in the framework of existing mechanisms and through the UN, OSCE, Council of Europe, BSEC, NATO, EU and other organizations.