Conference of Special Service Bodies is important in terms of threat prevention at global level: Arzu Naghiyev
Baku, Azerbaijan, Sept. 9
By Elchin Mehdiyev – Trend:
The 22nd session of the Conference of Special Service Bodies of Turkic-speaking states held in Baku was productive in terms of combating any threats and exchanging information in this sphere, Azerbaijani political analyst Arzu Naghiyev told Trend.
Naghiyev was commenting on the importance of the session.
He said that President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev received the participants of the event and the issues of great importance were raised at the meeting.
“The thoughts voiced by President Aliyev were related to the current processes in the world, the prevention of threats to various countries and the importance of such conferences from this point of view,” Naghiyev said. “The president also sent a congratulatory letter to the meeting participants.”
“Touching upon the most important moments in his congratulatory letter, President Aliyev spoke about the priority spheres in which the work must be carried out to achieve peace and stability in the modern world,” he said.
“The president also spoke about the need to coordinate the activity of the world countries to repel regional and global dangers,” Naghiyev said.
“The president once again stressed that strengthening of the ties between fraternal Turkic-speaking states is of particular importance for Azerbaijan,” he said. “At the same time, the president spoke about the suppression of extremism, terrorism, separatism, illegal migration, drug trafficking, further strengthening of the fight against transnational criminal groups to ensure regional security."
Naghiyev stressed that the result of the president’s successful policy is that today Azerbaijan and its special service bodies are perceived as reliable partners in ensuring the international security.
He emphasized that combating any threats and exchanging information in this sphere is very important.
"These moments were also touched upon in the speech of head of the State Security Service, Lieutenant General Ali Naghiyev,” he added. “One of the notable moments was the appeal of Uzbekistan, acting as an observer of the State Security Service at the recent meetings, about the permanent membership. This was positively perceived.”
“Organizing of such events once again shows that from the point of view of preventing global or regional threats or threats to the individual countries, this conference is important," Naghiyev said.
The 22nd session of the Conference of Special Service Bodies of Turkic-speaking states was held in Baku on Sept. 6.
The delegations led by head of the Azerbaijani State Security Service, Lieutenant General Ali Naghiyev, head of the Azerbaijani Foreign Intelligence Service, Lieutenant General Orkhan Sultanov, head of the Turkish National Intelligence Organization Hakan Fidan, chairman of the Kazakh National Security Committee Karim Massimov, chairman of the Kyrgyz State Committee for National Security Orozbek Opumbayev attended the meeting.
A delegation led by chairman of the Uzbek State Security Service Abdusalom Azizov, senior official of the Georgian State Security Service also attended the meeting as observers.