The Euro-Atlantic Center opened in Baku on 3 July under the NATO week in Azerbaijan, Trend reports.
The opening of the Center in Azerbaijan is great political significance for further cooperation between Azerbaijan and the alliance, as well as for presentation of true information about Azerbaijan to the NATO leadership, Araz Azimov, the Azerbaijani Deputy
Foreign Minister, stated during his opening remarks. The establishment of such Center also testifies for intention of the sides to consolidate and deepen the cooperation.
The Azerbaijani Minister for Culture and Tourism, Abulfaz Garayev said that the Center will contrite in informing the high ranking officials of the alliance on the truth about termination of over 700 culture and history monuments of Azerbaijan as a result of Armenian aggression, as well as truth about fire committed by Armenian in the occupied areas of Azerbaijan.
In his turn, Jean Furne, the Deputy Secretary General of NATO, voiced his hope that the center will promote the public diplomacy and play a considerable role in the expansion of Azerbaijans cooperation with NATO.