Georgian and Azeri officials have agreed on the demarcation of a 30-kilometer border line following talks in Tbilisi on August 3-4.
As a result, a total of 300-kilometers of the Georgian-Azeri border is now agreed on, while about 35% of border line still remains disputed, Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister Giorgi Manjgaladze, who led the Georgian delegation at the talks, said on August 4.
Disputed areas involve Tsiteli Khidi (the Red Bridge) and Davit Gareji sections of the border.
Azerbaijani Deputy Foreign Minister Khalap Khalapov told reporters after talks on August 4 that disputed issues will be discussed at the next round of talks, which are scheduled for September in Baku.
The Georgian borders with Russia and Armenia also have yet to be demarcated.
The disputed border line with Russia involves Larsi, Pichvebi and Chero-Intsokhi sections of the border.
A 110-kilometer section has already been agreed to with Armenia, while the remaining 110-kilometer is still disputed.