The Presidents of Russia, Iran and Azerbaijan have adopted a declaration following the results of trilateral Baku summit.
The document includes articles on determination to “react against extremism, terrorism, the transnational organized crimes, illicit trafficking in arms, drugs and their precursor, human trafficking and information crimes”.
Besides, the parties admit “unresolved conflicts in the region are a significant deterrent for regional cooperation” and make a point of their arrangement “in terms of principles and rule of international law”.
The leaders also agreed to deepen cooperation in various economic spheres following principles of equal rights and mutual benefits”.
An initiative to hold the trilateral Baku summit belongs to Azerbaijan President Ilham Aliyev during a telephone conversation with Vladimir Putin in February.
It is the first trilateral meeting of the leaders but the Kremlin considers “relevance of such a format is obvious”. According to Assistant to the Russian President Yuri Ushakov, the three countries “face similar problems” in economic, security, opposition to terrorism.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has already proposed the next summit to be held in Iran.