Norway Suggests Azerbaijan to Begin Bilateral Talks within WTO
Azerbaijan, Baku /corr. Trend I.Khalilova / Norway proposed to the Government of Azerbaijan to commence bilateral talks within Azerbaijan's entrance to the World Trade Organization, said the Secretary-in-Charge of the State Commission on Azerbaijan's Entrance to WTO, Adalat Muradov.
According to him, Azerbaijan should hold bilateral talks with 27 WTO working group member-countries.
Presently the Government is holding talks with the European Union, USA, Canada, Japan, South Korea, Chinese province of Taypey.
According to him, the key requirements of the WTO member-countries include ensuring transparency in the regulation events, eliminating discrimination, liberalizing service market, avoiding discrimination between host and imported products. "There are not same conditions for the WTO member-countries and therefore, each country tries to proceed from its national interests," Muradov said. Presently the talks have been fully completed with Oman, Georgia, Moldova, Turkey and United Arab Emirates.