Azerbaijan, Baku, 4 April / Trend corr S. Agayeva/ Five bilateral agreements on the development of cooperation between Azerbaijan and Lithuania are expected to be signed during the forthcoming visit of the Lithuanian Prime Minister Gediminas Kerkilas to Baku on 21 April.
The documents cover the transport, trade and economic, financial fields of cooperation, the Lithuanian Ambassador to Azerbaijan Kestitus Kudzmanas said to Trend on 4 April.
According to the Ambassador, expected to be discussed during the visit will be the most important issues of trade and economic cooperation between the two countries, the international and regional economic and transport projects and the energy cooperation. The Lithuanian Prime Minister will be accompanies by members of the Lithuanian Government and businessmen from the country. During the visit Baku will hold a business forum to involve the representatives of the business circles of both countries.
Lithuania offers to Azerbaijan its products in the field of high-tech, electronics, industry, production management systems and ATMs. According to the Ambassador, the Lithuanian banks are interested in working in Azerbaijan. Lithuania wishes to import Azerbaijan's petrochemical products and technical oils, etc. Lithuania, as a EU member and depending which industry is intended for export, hopes to share its experience with Azerbaijan.
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