Baku, Azerbaijan, June 23
President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has received deputy prime minister, minister of science and education of Georgia, Aleksandre Jejelava.
Aleksandre Jejelava underlined his visit to ADA University, saying the educational institution made a great impression on him. He said that the activity of the Baku Higher Oil School also aroused his interest.
The Georgian deputy prime minister emphasized the importance of joint efforts to elevate educational cooperation to the level of bilateral relations that the two countries enjoy in all other areas.
President Ilham Aliyev highlighted the work to establish a high level education system at ADA University, Baku Higher Oil School and other educational institutions in Azerbaijan.
The head of state emphasized the necessity of implementing joint projects in the field of education between the two countries.
The sides discussed a number of issues, including prospects for educational cooperation, as well as student and educational exchange between Azerbaijan and Georgia.