President Aliyev receives credentials of incoming ambassadors (PHOTO)
Baku, Azerbaijan, Jan. 26
Azerbaijan's President Ilham Aliyev has received credentials of incoming ambassadors of Ecuador and Chile.
President Aliyev has received credentials of the newly appointed Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Ecuador, German Alejandro Ortega Almeida.
The ambassador reviewed a guard of honor, and presented his credentials to President Aliyev.
President Aliyev then spoke with the ambassador.
They hailed the good level of Azerbaijan-Ecuador political relations and emphasized the importance of developing bilateral and multilateral relations. They pointed to good opportunities to develop economic relations in a variety of fields, including in import and export ones.
The President also accepted credentials of the newly appointed Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Chile, Jose Manuel Silva .
The ambassador reviewed a guard of honor and presented his credentials to President Ilham Aliyev.
President Ilham Aliyev then spoke with the ambassador. The head of state underlined the importance of developing bilateral relations between the two countries, and stressed that Azerbaijan and Chile need to get more information about each other in this regard.
The President noted that cooperation between the business communities of two countries, reciprocal official visits, active cooperation within the international organizations, as well as the organization of cultural events, various presentations and exhibitions, and relations between the nations may encourage the establishment of close partnership.
The head of state emphasized that all this will give an impetus to the establishment of economic ties. "Defining the trade and investment opportunities may also play an important role on this front."
Manuel Silva said that during his diplomatic tenure in Azerbaijan under the Chilean President Sebastian Pinera's instructions he will spare no efforts to contribute to the development of bilateral cooperation between the two countries.