Iran, Russia, Azerbaijan might hold trilateral meeting: Baku

April 7, 2019 - 8:52

TEHRAN – Azeri Foreign Minister Elmar Mammadyarov has said Baku had received an official note on the meeting of the presidents of Azerbaijan, Iran and Russia, saying it might take place in Russia in August, ISNA reported on Saturday, citing Sputnik.

Azerbaijan is interested in holding trilateral talks with Iran and Russia in order to agree on economic preferences of the International North-South Transport Corridor, Mammadyarov said.

“The trilateral format of Baku-Moscow-Tehran is a good initiative. The first meeting was held in Baku, then there was a meeting in Tehran. This was a meeting of the presidents who are building a corridor all the way up to St. Petersburg,” he added.

MH/PA

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