Azerbaijani MPs visiting Japan to discuss prospects for cooperation

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Tokyo, February 15, AZERTAC

A delegation of Azerbaijani MPs led by deputy chair of the Milli Majlis committee for international relations and interparliamentary ties, head of the New Azerbaijan Party (YAP) international relations department Sevinj Fataliyeva is visiting Japan.

The delegation includes members of the YAP Political Council, MPs Hadi Rajabli, Sevinj Huseynova and secretary general of the PA BSEC Asaf Hajiyev. Azerbaijan`s Ambassador to Japan Gursel Ismayilzade also attended the meetings.

The aim of the visit is to discuss mutual cooperation between the ruling parties of the two countries, as well as exchange views over prospects for friendly and cooperative relations.

On February 15, the Azerbaijani delegation met with secretary general of Japanese Liberal Democratic Party Sadakazu Tanigaki. Mr. Tanigaki hailed Azerbaijan`s achievements, saying the country skillfully used its energy resources.

He stressed that the success was achieved thanks to national leader Heydar Aliyev`s and President Ilham Aliyev`s leadership.

Azerbaijani MP Sevinj Fataliyeva stressed the importance of reciprocal visits in terms of the development of relations between the two countries. She noted Azerbaijan paid special attention to relations with Japan, adding there were wide opportunities for the development of cooperation between the two friendly countries.

Mrs. Fataliyeva spoke of the dynamic development of Azerbaijan, adding “despite the country is located in a volatile region, Azerbaijan pursues an independent and active foreign policy.”


The Azerbaijani delegation also met with the country`s State Minister for Foreign Affairs Yoji Muto.

Mr. Muto hailed the development of cooperation between the two countries.

The meeting discussed the current state and prospects of relations between the two countries.

Vugar Aghayev

Special correspondent

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