Caspian Summit Fails To ReachCommon Understanding On Seas Legal Status
Atbest, all that was expected of the Caspian leaders summit in Ashgabat on 23-24April was that it would inject new momentum into negotiations that have reacheda stalemate. But in light of the fact that the leaders of Russia, Iran, Kazakstan, Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan refused to sign ajoint document outlining a position of general consensus on the legal status ofthe Caspian Sea, it...
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