Russia, Kazakstan And Azerbaijan Sign Caspian Demarcation Deal
During a meeting in the Kazak city of Almaty on 14 May of the ninth session on the special working group of Caspian states, the deputy foreign ministers of Russia, Kazakstan and Azerbaijan signed a document that marks the meeting point of the demarcation lines of the Caspian seabed into respective territories. The signing of the agreement follows more than three years of negotiations between the...
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