Baku, December 1, AZERTAC
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina Igor Crnadak has expressed his country`s interest in maintaining cooperation with Azerbaijan as he met with Prime Minister Artur Rasizade in Baku. “We want to build long-term cooperation with Azerbaijan in all areas, including the non-oil sector of economy,” Crnadak said.
He hailed the Azerbaijani government`s supporting joint projects involving the two countries` businessmen in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
PM Rasizade emphasized Azerbaijan`s key role in ensuring energy security of Europe, as well as the country’s assistance in reviving Bosnia and Herzegovina’s economy. He said Igor Crnadak’s visit to Azerbaijan will give an impetus to the development of relations, especially, economic ties between the two countries.
PM Rasizade noted the significance of expanding cooperation between Azerbaijan and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
He also pointed out the necessity of solving the Armenia-Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh conflict within the framework of international law and based on territorial integrity and inviolability of borders of Azerbaijan.