Azerbaijan President accepts credentials of newly appointed ambassadors of Canada, Serbia and Mali
On Feb. 10, the President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev accepted credentials of newly appointed ambassadors of Canada, Serbia and Mali, AzerTAj state news agency reported.
At the meeting with newly appointed Ambassador of Canada Mark Bailey, President Ilham Aliyev said there is good potential for development of bilateral relationship between Azerbaijan and Canada. The Head of State stressed the importance of reciprocal visits at different levels so that both countries could know about each other's possibilities. President Aliyev noted there are ample opportunities for developing economic cooperation.
The Head of State stressed Canadian companies are successfully participating in a variety of projects being implemented in Azerbaijan, adding bilateral ties in this direction will expand during ambassador Bailey`s tenure.
Bailey conveyed Canada Governor-General Michaelle Jean`s greetings to the Azerbaijani leader.
Canadian ambassador vowed to spare no efforts in order to develop Azerbaijan-Canada relations even more.
The Head of State asked the ambassador to pass on his greetings to Governor-General Michaelle Jean.
Also on Feb. 10, President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev accepted credentials from newly appointed ambassador of Serbia Vladimir Curgus.
During the conversation, they praised the development of relations between the two countries in various spheres. The importance of the decision on opening of Azerbaijan`s embassy in Serbia was underscored. Parties also expressed assuarance that bilateral relations would continue to expand.
President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has also received credentials from newly appointed ambassador of the Republic of Mali Brahima Coulibaly.
They had conversation, during which President Ilham Aliyev expressed confidence that relations between the two countries would develop in political, economic and other spheres.
The Head of State wished successes to the ambassador in his diplomatic mission.
Brahima Coulibaly, in turn, said during his tenure he would spare no efforts to contribute to developing bilateral relationship.