Azerbaijan: The state border between Azerbaijan and Georgia stretches along an area of 480 km. The delimitation of state borders of Azerbaijan with Russia and Georgia has been recently launched in accordance with the relevant decrees issued by the President and Cabinet of Ministers of Azerbaijan.
The statement came from Chairman of the State Land and Cartography Committee of Azerbaijan Garib Mammadov in an interview with the website of the ruling New Azerbaijan Party.
The delimitation of 390 km long Azerbaijan-Russia state border (stretches along Balakan, Zagatala, Gakh, Oguz, Shaki, Gabala, Gusar and Khachmaz districts of Azerbaijan) began in 1996 and ended with signing of “Border treaty B” signed between Azerbaijani and Russian presidents in August 2010.
‘Written description of frontier line B’ and ‘Collection of maps reflecting passage of frontier line B’, which are an integral part of this treaty, have been compiled as a result of topographical surveying, structure, state land cadastre and cartography works conducted by the experts of the State Land and Cartography Committee in 1996-2010, he said.