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Armenia’s prime minister says quick border demarcation needed to avoid new conflict with Azerbaijan

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Armenia’s prime minister said Tuesday that the Caucasus nation needs to quickly delimitate the border with neighboring Azerbaijan to avoid a new round of hostilities. Speaking to residents of the village of Voskepar in the Tavush region on border with Azerbaijan, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan warned that Armenia’s refusal to delineate the border could trigger a new confrontation. “It would mean that a war could erupt by the end of the week,” Pashinyan said.

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