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Work on unblocking all economic and transport links in the South Caucasus continues within the framework of the trilateral group—under the co-chairmanship of the deputy prime ministers of Russia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan. This was announced by Alexey Zaitsev, Deputy Director of the Information and Press Department of the Russian Foreign Ministry.

"As a result of the meeting of the trilateral working group held in Moscow on June 3 as well as the contacts of the co-chairs within the framework of the St. Petersburg International [Economic] Forum, some progress was made, it became possible to bring the positions of Yerevan and Baku closer on various aspects of the restoration of transport communications.

As is known, the launch of railway and automobile communication in the region—for the benefit of Yerevan, Baku, and their neighbors—is being discussed within the framework of the trilateral working group. When concrete agreements are reached, the co-chairs will inform the media separately about the results of their work," Zaitsev added.

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