A Meeting of the Prosecutors General of Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Russia was held, Prosecutor General's Office told APA.
The trilateral meeting of the Prosecutors General of Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Russia was held on the initiative of the Russian side on the sidelines of the Prosecutor General’s business visit to Moscow.
Kamran Aliyev stressed the importance of providing mine maps in protecting people's lives and health, as well as the inadmissibility of Armenia continuing the process of mining our territories.
Prosecutor General drew attention to the inadmissibility of the organization of illegal visits to Karabakh and the illegal exploitation of our country's natural resources.
He touched upon the significance of the joint action in the direction of finding missing persons after the Karabakh War I and II and highlighted the importance of continuing the process.
Besides, Kamran Aliyev said that the Azerbaijani side fully follows with requirements of the trilateral statements dated November 10, 2020 and January 11, and November 26, 2021.
Within the framework of the meeting, the sides discussed the implementation of statements signed by the heads of state of Azerbaijan, Russia, and Armenia and mechanisms of future cooperation in the field of law.
Prosecutors General of Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Russia met in Moscow, APA reports citing the press service of the Prosecutor General's Office of Russia.
The situation in the South Caucasus was discussed at the meeting.
"Local conflicts and crises not only harm the geopolitical environment but also create favorable conditions for the spread of criminality, terrorism, extremism ideas, and the spread of hatred and enmity," the report says.