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Azerbaijani Minister: Armenian aggression hinders development of the region2012-06-09 16:58
Yerevan's aggression against Baku is an obstacle to development of the region, Economic Development Minister Shahin Mustafaev said, the Trend reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"As a result of the aggressive policy Armenia stays aside from all the regional projects, and this Armenia's isolation from all regional projects will continue until the country pursues such a policy", Mustafaev said at a meeting of economy ministers of Azerbaijan, Turkey and Georgia.
On Friday, a meeting of foreign ministers of three countries (Elmar Mammadyarov, Ahmet Davutoglu, and Grigol Vashadze), on the basis of which a tripartite declaration of Trabzon was signed, was held in Turkish city of Trabzon. Following the meeting, Vashadze said that the new format is aimed "to protect the interests of our countries".
"The new format is not directed against anyone. It is designed only to strengthen the strategic cooperation between our countries", Vashadze said. He explained that this declaration stressed the "strategic relations" between the neighboring states.
"We have decided to formalize our strategic partnership and make it more dynamic", Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia said.