National Coordinator for Combating Human Trafficking to report to Azerbaijani parliament

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Baku, Azerbaijan, March 31
By Ilkin Izzet - Trend:

A plenary meeting of the Azerbaijani Parliament will be held on April 4, the Parliament told Trend on March 31.

The agenda also includes 17 issues. First, an annual report of the National Coordinator for Combating Human Trafficking will be heard, according to the information.

The MPs expressed their views in approving the agreement between the governments of Azerbaijan and Iraq to abolish visas for those having diplomatic , special and service passports and on the abolition of the law on 'Mandatory insurance of civil servants'.

Moreover, MPs will discuss the bills on 'Specially protected facilities and natural territories', 'Medical insurance', 'Technical security', 'Entrepreneurship', 'Non-state (private ) security', 'Transport' and 'Mandatory insurance of persons working in diplomatic missions of Azerbaijan operating in foreign countries and international organisations'.

Also being discussed will be 'State obligatory personal insurance of those working in the judiciary bodies and law enforcement agencies', 'Environmental Protection', 'Physical education and sport' ,'Roads', 'Automobile Transport', 'State registration of real property', as well as draft amendments to the law on 'Territories and lands of the municipalities' and 'Amendments to the list of municipalities in Azerbaijan'.

Translated by NH
Edited by SM

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