Baku, July 10, AZERTAC
Director of the Baku Transportation Agency under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Azerbaijan Republic Vusal Karimli has met with a delegation of the members of the board of the Caspian European Club, headed by First Deputy Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Club Telman Aliyev.
The meeting deliberated on the possibilities of expansion of the bilateral cooperation, the activity of the Caspian European Club, key aspects of development and improvement of the transportation sector of the country, possibilities of introduction of new technologies, as well as conduction of educational programs among the population and youth.
Telman Aliyev thanked Director of the Baku Transportation Agency Vusal Karimli for the attention and close cooperation with the Caspian European Club.
He expressed hope that the bilateral cooperation would promote solution of problems in the transportation sphere, and that the Caspian European Club, in turn, would make all efforts for maintaining the momentum of active dialogue between business and Agency.
The meeting resulted in an agreement on creation of the permanent working group which would promptly discuss transport sector related problems, requests and suggestions of the member companies of the Caspian European Club, Caspian American Club and Caspian European Club.
The Caspian European Club, which brings together more than 5,000 member companies and organizations from 70 countries around the world, was established in June 2002 with the support of the largest oil and gas companies working in the Caspian-Black Sea region and with the active involvement of the Caspian Energy International Media Group. The Caspian American Club (established on 24 December 2016) and Caspian Asian Club (26 January 2018) will be managed by the Members of the Board of the Caspian European Club for 2 years. All companies that join the Caspian European Club as members get an automatic membership within the Caspian American Club, Caspian Asian Club and vice-versa.
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