Sarkisyan asks Putin to assist border demarcation with Azerbaijan
Armenian President Armen Sarkisyan has sent a message to Russian President Vladimir Putin, in which he asks the Russian leader to assist the border demarcation process between Armenia and Azerbaijan in order to avoid tensions between Yerevan and Baku, the Armenian president’s press service informed.
"The Armenian president has noted that unfortunately, there is still a potential danger of new disputes arising between the sides due to the demarcation issue. Considering the exceptional importance and relevance of the issue, President Sarkissian has addressed the Russian president with a request to provide assistance to conclude the demarcation process between Armenia and Azerbaijan in order to avoid further tensions and negative developments," TASS cited the message as saying.
In his letter, Sarkissian thanked the Russian president for the efforts "that put an end to bloodshed in Nagorno-Karabakh and led to a ceasefire, which helped avoid new victims and tragic events."