In 2021, one of Georgia’s foreign policy priorities will be the clarification of the border with Azerbaijan. The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia Davit Zalkaliani announced yesterday, summing up the activities of the ministry.

It should be reminded that the most controversial part of the Georgian-Azerbaijani border is in the area of the David Garej monastery complex founded in the 6th century, for which both Baku and Tbilisi have ambitions.

In the current situation, it should be noted again that the only way to resolve border disagreements in the Caucasus is to resolve border issues under the Treaty of Sevres, signed in 1920, which is a stable part of international law.