Azerbaijani PM Not to Hold Bilateral Talks in Moscow
Russia, Moscow/ Trend , corr. R. Aghayev/ The agenda of the Azerbaijani Premier-Minister, Arthur Rasizadeh's visiting Moscow does not include any holding bilateral negotiations with the Russian leadership.
The Azerbaijani Prime-Minister has told Azerbaijani journalists in Moscow that his visit to the Russian Capital has just envisaged his participation in the ceremony on bidding a farewell to the first Russian President, Boris Yeltsin.
The agenda of the funeral arrangements includes bidding a farewell and burial service in the Jesus Savior Cathedral. The Azerbaijani Prime-Minister is expected to lay a wreath in the name of the Azerbaijani President, Ilham Aliyev on the grave of the first Russian President. Boris Yeltsin will be buried on the Moscow Cemetery of Novodevichye. Then, a funeral repast will be held in the Georgian Palace of the Kremlin. As soon as this arrangement is ended, Mr. Rasizadeh will return to Baku.
Within his visiting to Moscow, the Azerbaijani Prime-Minister visited the Azerbaijani Embassy to Moscow, where he got acquainted with its activity.
Notably, Boris Yeltsin passed away due to a sudden cordial arrest in Moscow on April 23. The ceremony of biding farewell to the first Russian President has been scheduled to Wednesday, April 25. This day has been announced as a mourning day all over Russia.