The Economical Advisor to the Azerbaijani Embassy in Pakistan, Sabir Rzayev, exclusively informed Trend that the Governments of Azerbaijan and Pakistan agreed on a date for the next meeting of the Intergovernmental Commission.
According to him, the meeting will take place on February 6th and 7th in Islamabad. The diplomat said that presently the Pakistani side of the Commission is expected to be confirmed. After this, the sides will begin to agree the agenda of the meeting. Earlier the meeting had been planned to be held on January 29th and 30th
According to Rzayev, the agenda of the meeting will include the development of co-operation in the fields of trade, science and technology, communications, agriculture, finance, the banking sector, labour, education, health, sport and tourism. In addition, the sides will consider the opportunities of developing co-operation in the field of energy and natural resources.
According to Rzayev, from the Pakistani side, the Commission is headed by the Minister of Oil and Natural Resources, Amanulla Khan Jadun and from the Azerbaijani side, the First Prime Minister, Yagub Eyyubov. The Commission includes Deputy Minister of Defense Industry, Deputy Foreign Minister, Deputy Minister of Communications and Information Technologies, Deputy Education Minister, Deputy Minister of Economic Development, Deputy Minister of Health, Deputy Minister of Finance, Deputy Minister of Agriculture and other Ministries and State bodies.