Ambassador: Russia unconditionally recognizes Azerbaijan's territorial integrity
Azerbaijan, Baku, June 10 /Trend, E.Tariverdiyeva/
Russia unconditionally recognizes the territorial integrity of Azerbaijan and this is a key moment, which is reassures and morally supports, the Azerbaijani Ambassador to Russia Polad Bulbuloglu said in his speech at the expert seminar on "The Republic of Azerbaijan: 20 years of independence".The ambassador also mentioned the high level of bilateral relations between the two countries.
According to Bulbuloglu, Russia and Azerbaijan develop contacts at all levels of economic and political spheres, in safety issues."Our relationship has entered a new level, especially after a final decision on the borders," he said.He said Azerbaijan is currently one of the most dynamically developing countries of the former Soviet Union.
The origins of the success of modern Azerbaijan were laid in the era of Azerbaijan's National Leader Heydar Aliyev, a politician who managed to suggest the country and society an actual agenda and build an effective multi-vector foreign policy that is still one of the key factors of stabile and sustainable development of the Republic of Azerbaijan, he said.The ambassador also mentioned the peace efforts of Moscow aimed at resolving the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
"We are peaceful, but we have to solve the protracted conflict and return to the cohabitation of the two communities on the territory of Karabakh. All attempts to transform the Karabakh conflict into an inter-ethnic conflict have nothing common with reality, they seek to disguise the real essence of the matter," he said.The Information-Analytical Center of Moscow State University with the assistance of the Azerbaijani embassy in Russia holds the expert seminar on "The Republic of Azerbaijan: 20 years of independence" on Friday.
The participants discuss a wide range of issues, reflecting the new history of Azerbaijan in the regional and global linkages.The expert seminar is attended by representatives of the expert community, academics and journalists from Russia and Azerbaijan.