There are up to 13 areas that have not been agreed with Georgia, Deputy Foreign Minister of Azerbaijan Khalaf Khalafov told journalists in Baku, APA reports.
"It has not been agreed because there are disagreements on certain documents and approaches. They should certainly be approached and agreed, and “Keshikcidag” is included in uncoordinated areas. As you know, there were administrative borders among all the republics of the Soviet Union. Everyone knew their borders, but after the collapse of the Soviet Union, the administrative borders got another status, and in the current period, the countries sign a document establishing the borders, and the commission should agree on each area, "Khalafov said.