Heads of several Diaspora organizations from the European and Central Asian countries arrived in Baku on March 16 to participate in the second conference of Azerbaijanis of the World, the State Committee on work with Azerbaijanis living abroad, told Trend.
Azeri representatives from Germany, Norway, Latvia, Netherlands, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and UK have arrived in Baku.
Azerbaijans European congress chairman Bahaddin Kaya, head of the German Institute of Culture named after Nizami Gandjavi, poet Nurida Attashi, the chairman of the Turan Congress, Abulfaz Hometov (Kazakhstan), representatives of the World Azeri Congress based in Switzerland and many others are among the guests.
All guests will be placed in different Baku hotels starting from March 14. More than 300 foreign guests and 600 representatives of Azeri Diaspora have been invited for the conference.