Azerbaijan has successfully concluded talks with Moldova and Georgia on the cooperation under the World Trade Organization (WTO) as a result of the bilateral talks between the governments of the two countries, the Foreign Ministry told Trend.
The two sides reached common agreement in the issues on entrance to a market of goods and services. Soon the Azerbaijani government plans to sign a bilateral agreement with governments of Azerbaijan and Moldova. The bilateral talks will be continued with other countries, the same source asserted.
The last round of talks was held in Geneva. A delegation headed by the Deputy Foreign Minister, Mahmud Mammad-Guliyev, represented Azerbaijan in the talks. Next round of talks is scheduled for winter 2006.