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The OSCE Chairman-in-Office as well as Minister of Foreign and European Affairs and Trade of Malta, Ian Borg, did not respond to the question about Malta's support of Baku's agenda on "Western Azerbaijan."

At the press conference held in the Armenian capital of Yerevan on Monday, Borg was asked about the fact that Baku is trying to use the OSCE platform to promote its agenda about "Western Azerbaijan" and its territorial ambitions towards Armenia, which is indirectly supported by Malta.

In response, the OSCE Chairman-in-Office and the FM of Malta assured that his country's chairmanship-in-office at the OSCE is very transparent and clean, and Malta intends to support both Armenia and Azerbaijan in achieving comprehensive peace. Borg reminded that the respective process between Baku and Yerevan is bilateral. The minister will conduct negotiations in the two capitals in the hope of achieving a positive result.

To the question about border delimitation between Armenia and Azerbaijan, Borg responded that it is constructive, but did not give a more solid opinion, explaining it by the fact that the process is bilateral, and the OSCE does not participate in it.

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