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Azerbaijan`s Parliamentary delegation visits Japan

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Tokyo, February 16 AZERTAC

An Azerbaijani delegation led by deputy chair of the Parliament`s committee for international relations and inter-parliamentary ties, head of the New Azerbaijan Party (YAP) international relations department Sevinj Fataliyeva is visiting Japan.

The delegation included MPs Hadi Rajabli, Sevinj Huseynova and Asaf Hajiyev. Azerbaijan`s Ambassador to Japan Gursel Ismayilzade also attended the meetings.

The aim of the visit was to discuss mutual cooperation between the ruling parties of both countries.

The Azerbaijani delegation met Japanese politician of the Liberal Democratic Party, a member of the House of Councillors Nobuo Kishi.

Nobuo Kishi highlighted developing relations between the two countries.

Sevinj Fataliyeva said Azerbaijan was interested in developing overall relations with Japan. The MP said reciprocal visits of parliamentary delegation would serve to development of bonds between Azerbaijan and Japan.

Sevinj Fataliyeva provided an insight into the economic achievements gained by the country across the last years.

Nobuo Kishi said friendship and bilateral beneficial cooperation lie at the heart of both countries` ties. He said there was great potential for further developing bonds between Azerbaijan and Japan.

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The Azerbaijani delegation has also met Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary of Japan Hiroshige Seko. Hiroshige Seko also expressed his country`s keenness to develop cooperation with Azerbaijan.

The sides exchanged views on prospects of economic cooperation between the two countries.

Vugar Agayev

Special Correspondent

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