26 September 2002 MOSCOW, 26 September (Eurasianet)–On 23 September, Russia and Azerbaijan signed an agreement concerning the Caspian Seabed boundary that paves the way for dividing the two countries’ rights to Caspian oil and gas resources. These agreements would prove integral to Azerbaijan, which has based its economic strategy on future oil and gas payments […]

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