Azerbaijan, Russia intend to establish business council
Moscow, Russia, Oct. 9
By Orkhan Yolchuyev - Trend:
Azerbaijan and Russia are considering a proposal to establish a business council, Polad Bulbuloglu, Azerbaijani ambassador to Russia, told reporters as part of the 15th meeting of the Russian-Azerbaijani intergovernmental commission.
This proposal was submitted for discussion at the bilateral intergovernmental commission on economic cooperation.
"Today, life sets new tasks," the diplomat said. "So, the intergovernmental commission is very useful for both countries. I think that the establishment of the business council will also strengthen the work. We are optimistic about the future."
He appreciated the work of the intergovernmental commission, adding that a lot of problems have been resolved as part of today's meeting.
"We are two friendly countries, so all the problems can be solved, there are no such serious issues that cannot be solved," the ambassador said.
The diplomat expressed his satisfaction with the cooperation between the two countries.
"Regional cooperation is on a very good level," Bulbuloglu said, recalling that on the occasion of the 2000th jubilee of Derbent, general-education school No.4 named after hero of the Soviet Union Shamsulla Aliyev has been recently reconstructed in the city with support of the Heydar Aliyev Foundation. "Russia borders with Azerbaijan through Dagestan, which is a brotherly, friendly area."
"It's good when there are good relations between the neighbors," said the ambassador. "It is the most important thing for us."
Edited by CN