Azerbaijani border guards take control of four villages on border with Armenia

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Azerbaijan’s State Border Service has taken control of four villages on the border with Armenia, the press service of Deputy Prime Minister Shahin Mustafayev, who heads a commission on border delimitation, said in a statement.

“Today, the State Border Service of Azerbaijan took control of the villages of Baghanis Ayrim, Ashagi Askipara, Kheyrimli and Gizilhajili in the [Gazakh] District,” the statement reads.

According to the press service, the four villages located on an area of 6,500 square kilometers returned to Azerbaijan following the delimitation of a 12,700-kilometer-long border section.

Source: Itar Tass

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