Leadership of Azerbaijani opposition party invited to Sweden
Azerbaijan, Baku, June 24 / Trend A. Huseynbala /
Leadership of Azerbaijani opposition party was invited to Sweden.
"Sweden's ruling party Moderat invited leadership of our party to pay official visit to Sweden," Azerbaijani National Independence Party secretary for press and propaganda Ali Orujev told Trend on June 24.
Azerbaijani National Independence Party was established in 1992. It is the first party in Azerbaijan passing state registration. The party was split after chairman Etibar Mammdov left this party late 2004. Several discontented members left the party during leadership of Ali Aliyev. Presently, Mammadov is deputy chairman of the international Democratic Union.
Meeting of Azerbaijani National Independence Party's delegation members with Sweden's Prime Minister, members of the parliament's committees, as well as representatives of media outlets was planned to be held within the visit, Orujev said.
Azerbaijani National Independence Party is member of the international democrats union. Roughly 83 right parties from over 60 world countries are members of this union. Azerbaijani National Independence Party leader Etibar Mammadov is deputy chairman of influential international organization since 2003. Cooperation between ruling Sweden's party Moderat and Azerbaijani National Independence Party was established from that time.
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