Caspian Foreign Ministers Make No Headway At Baku Status Conference
The foreign ministers of the five Caspian littoral states met in Baku on 15 June but failed to make any headway towards resolving the legal status of the Caspian Sea. A summit attended by the leaders of Russia, Kazakstan, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan and Iran is scheduled to take place at the Turkmen port of Turkmenbashi in October, and it was hoped that the ministerial conference would pave the...
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