Armenia and Azerbaijan Normalize Ties

Armenia and Azerbaijan have initiated a border delimitation process, placing the first marker as part of a broader peace treaty negotiation following their prolonged conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh. This historic agreement involves both sides making territorial concessions, which has been met with local resistance, especially in Armenia’s Tavush province. The process is supported by international mediators from the EU, the US, and Russia, aiming to establish a lasting peace in the region by addressing long-standing territorial disputes and fostering cooperation between the two nations.

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