A delegation of the Jordanian Government headed by the Jordanian Prime Minister, Marouf Bakhit, will visit Azerbaijan from 6-9 November, the Azerbaijani Ambassador to Jordan Elman Arasli exclusively told Trend.
The Prime Minister will be accompanied by a delegation which includes several Ministers and nearly 20 representatives of the business circle of Jordan, the Ambassador said. The visit is aimed at strengthening bilateral relations between Jordan and Azerbaijan, as well as discussing the realization of the agreements reached during the official visit of the Jordanian King Abdalla II to Azerbaijan on 22-23 August 2006, Arasli stated.
According to Arasli, during the visit of the delegation, it is planned to hold a meeting with the Azerbaijan Head and conduct a Business Forum and commercial-industrial exhibition.
On the eve of their visit, it is expected to create an Intergovernmental Commission for Economical Co-operation between Azerbaijan and Jordan, the diplomat said.
Within the visit of the Jordanian Prime Minister, a number of documents are expected to be signed with regards to the development of bilateral relations in various spheres, the Ambassador stated. The documents are presently being agreed upon, he concluded.