Baku, February 5 AZERTAC
Azerbaijani Interior Minister, colonel-general Ramil Usubov met the newly appointed Afghan Ambassador in Baku Mohammad Taghi Khalili.
The Minister congratulated the Ambassador on his appointment, highlighted historical relations between the two countries. The Minister said relations of both countries have rich historical and deep roots. Mr. Usubov said thanks to political will of Presidents of Azerbaijan and Afghanistan overall relations developed even further across the last years. The Minister said last visit of President of Afghanistan would serve to further boosting cooperation between the two countries.
Usubov highlighted the socio-political developments after the country gained its state independence, the enormous efforts the national leader of Azerbaijani people Heydar Aliyev made for construction of legal-democratic state, the socio-economic reforms conducted under his leadership, as well as the reforms in the legal-enforcement bodies to establish stability in the country.
The Minister also highlighted the activity of the Ministry, as well as its bodies and structure.
The Minister also provided an insight into cause and consequences of Armenia-Azerbaijan, Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
Mohammad Taghi Khalili, in turn, applauded cooperation between the states and nations of both countries. The Diplomat also said he eye-witnessed the development of the country. The Ambassador said Azerbaijan should be an example to the world countries in terms of ensuring stability and security.
The Ambassador also said he would try his best for further deepening the bilateral ties between the two countries.