The Deputy Foreign Minister of Azerbaijan Mahmud Mammadguliyev will represent Azerbaijan at the forthcoming meeting of the Council of Foreign Ministers of the Black Sea Economic Co-operation (BSEC) member-countries scheduled to take place on November 1-2 in Moscow, Mammadgulyev exclusively told Trend.
During then meeting, the heads of the delegations will exchange views on the situation with the regional co-operation.
The Ministers will pay attention to the settlement of concrete issues in the spheres of practical co-operation such as transport, communications, energy, tourism, interaction in liquidation of the results of emergency situations, environmental protection, joint fight with terrorism and organized criminality and prevention of the spread of especially dangerous infectious illnesses in the region.
The previous meeting of the BSEC Council of Foreign Ministers has been held on April 26 in Bucharest, in which the chairmanship to the BSEC was transferred to Russia.
Created in 1992 (headquarter in Istanbul), the Black Sea Economic Co-operation brings together Russia, Azerbaijan, Albania, Armenia, Bulgaria, Greece, Georgia, Moldavia, Romania, Serbia, Montenegro, Turkey and Ukraine.