A trilateral meeting of the Prosecutors General of Azerbaijan, Russia, and Armenia was held in Minsk today at the initiative of Russia, the press service of the Prosecutor General's Office told APA.
Prosecutor General Kamran Aliyev stressed the importance of joint efforts to find missing people after the 1st and 2nd Karabakh wars and stressed the importance of continuing this process. The importance of issuing mine maps in protecting people's lives and health, as well as the inadmissibility of illegal visits to Karabakh was stressed at the meeting, and the need to continue cooperation in this area was stressed.
It was stated that Azerbaijan fully complied with the trilateral statement dated November 10, 2020.
Russian Prosecutor General Igor Krasnov thanked his Azerbaijani and Armenian counterparts for their constructive cooperation and efforts to achieve peace and stability for the benefit of the peoples of the region.
The meeting focused on the implementation of statements signed by the Presidents of Azerbaijan, Russia, and Armenia and future cooperation in the legal field.
The parties reaffirmed their support for the agreement to strengthen ties to prevent future tensions.