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Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov received confirmation of his readiness to take part in the delimitation commission during his visit to Yerevan, he said during a briefing with his Azerbaijani counterpart in Baku, responding to a question about Armenia's alleged failure to fulfill its obligations in order to buy time.

"We spoke a couple of weeks ago in Yerevan with both the prime minister and the foreign minister. They confirmed their readiness to participate in a second meeting within the framework of the delimitation commission," Lavrov said.

That meeting will be held in Moscow, he said. We are now negotiating the date with both sides. Lavrov said that he had not seen any signals from either party that they had changed their minds and did not want to take part in this work: "On the contrary, I have received confirmation both in Yerevan and today during the talks that delimitation is a very important component of all efforts at the current stage."

Earlier, during the same press conference Foreign Minister Jeyhun Bayramov said that artificially dragging out the talks on the normalization of Armenian-Azerbaijani relations carries serious risks.

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