Next meeting of the Azerbaijan-Saudi Arabia intergovernmental commission on economic cooperation will be held this autumn, the Azerbaijani government told Trend.
By the end summer the two sides will launch the development of an agenda of the meeting and documents to be signed at the meeting.
It will come as the third meeting of the intergovernmental commission. Azerbaijan has developed and submitted to the Saudi government its proposals, which it intends to include in the agenda of the next gathering meeting. They are currently under the Saudi governments consideration. The proposals concern the bilateral trade-economic and scientific-technical relationships.
The co-chairs of the commission are Yagub Eyyubov, the Azerbaijani First Vice Premier, and Hashim Abdullah Yemeni, the Saudi Minister for Industry and Trade.