Two new documents are expected to be signed between Azerbaijan and Armenia in Moscow on November 9, APA reports citing Aliq Media.
The documents will be signed between Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev and Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan with participation of President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin.
The first document covers delimitation and demarcation of state borders of Azerbaijan and Armenia. As Vladimir Putin stressed, the document is based on 1920 maps of the Headquarters of the USSR Defense Ministry, reflecting Baku and Yerevan's recognition of each other's borders and territorial integrity.
The second document will cover opening communication relations, especially the opening of corridor, as well as the road between Azerbaijan and Nakhchivan in the region. The document has been developed on the basis of agreements, reached during the meeting of Deputy Prime Ministers of Azerbaijan, Russia, and Armenia a while ago.