President Ilham Aliyev: Good conditions created for developing Azerbaijan -Montenegro bilateral cooperation
Azerbaijan , Baku, Sept. 17 / Trend /
Following a ceremony of signing of the Azerbaijan-Montenegro documents, Presidents Ilham Aliyev and Filip Vujanovic have made statements for the media outlets.
President Ilham Aliyev once again welcomed his Montenegrin counterpart, adding Azerbaijan attaches great importance to this trip because it is the first official visit in the history of bilateral relations.
"Our political relations are developing. We have no problems in the political field. Both countries have big interest and desire for development of ties," President Ilham Aliyev said.
The Azerbaijani leader underlined strengthening economic relations would be in the center of attention.
The Head of State underscored good conditions had been created for developing bilateral cooperation. President Ilham Aliyev stressed the two countries were interested in cooperation in the fields of energy and transport.
The Azerbaijani President said there is no divergence of views between Azerbaijan and Montenegro in the regional issues.
The Azerbaijani leader noted he informed the Montenegrin President about the Armenia-Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, expressing hope this issue would be solved in the near future.
President Ilham Aliyev pointed out, during the meeting, the presidents exchanged views on Euro-Atlantic integration.
The Head of State stressed the importance of this visit for bilateral relationship.
President of Montenegro Filip Vujanovic thanked the Azerbaijani counterpart for kind words.
"We are happy with development of Azerbaijan`s economy and I`m sure this rapid development will continue," said the Montenegrin leader.
Filip Vujanovic underlined the need for promotion of mutual investments.
"We have bilateral relations and I`m happy with it."
The Montenegrin President said Montenegro established solid cultural relations with Azerbaijan.
Vujanovic said he supports the stance of the UN and European organizations on the Armenia-Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
The President said his visit to Azerbaijan marked a new era in bilateral relations.
Montenegrin President Filip Vujanovic underlined these relations would be developing for the prosperity of both peoples.