On July 4, President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Heydar Aliyev received at the Presidential Palace Minister of Justice of the Turkish Republic Jamil Chichek and his delegation.Sincerely welcoming the guests, Heydar Aliyev noted that in the framework of the friendly and fraternal relationship between Azerbaijan and Turkey, it would be very important to development the co-operation between the two countries in the sphere of justice. ‘We have co-operation, some agreements and protocols signed, but I think it has not yet been brought up to standard as regards the search and detention in your country of the criminals wanted in Azerbaijan, and at the same time, search and detention in Azerbaijan of those wanted in your country’, the President said. Heydar Aliyev expressed confidence that all the mentioned issues could be solved during present meetings and talks. ‘I am very pleased with your arrival in Azerbaijan’, he added.Turkish Minister of Justice Jamil Chichek thanked very much President Heydar Aliyev for giving the delegation his valuable time, and conveyed to the Head of Azerbaijani State warm greeting and best wishes on behalf of the Turkish nation and its president Ahmed Necdet Sezer.He informed the President on the meetings held with Minister of Justice of Azerbaijan, Chairman of Supreme court and a number of judges. The Turkish Minister expressed satisfaction with the high level of the meetings and fruitful debates.During the conversation President of Azerbaijan Heydar Aliyev and Minister of Justice of Turkey Jamil Chichek exchanged opinions on justice institutions functioning in Turkey and Azerbaijan, and stressed that both countries have a need for development of co-operation and experience exchange in this sphere. The meeting was also attended by Chief of the Presidential Secretariat Dilara Seyidzadeh, Department Chief of the Presidential Administration Fuad Alasgarov, Minister of Justice Fikret Aliyev and Ambassador of Turkey in Baku Ahmet Unal Chevikoz.

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